Demadonna's William Yegon of Kenya took the men's title at the Harmony Geneva Marathon for UNICEF, an IAAF Bronze Label road race, on Sunday 6

Yegon, William Kiprono winner last year and defending champion, broke away from his compatriot Joseph Aperumoi two kilometers to the finish line to win in 2h12'10", more than a minute ahead of country man Aperumoi, second in 2h13'54" while Wycliff Biwott rounded out the all Kenyan podium in  third paosition with a time of 2h17'40".

“It was really warm today so it wasn’t possible to beat my course record,” said Yegon, who clocked 2:10:31 last year. “I didn’t lead the race for long, I overtook my friend just 2km from the finish. I’m really happy to defend my title here in Geneva.” He concluded.

Always on Sunday May 06, this time at the Prague International Marathon, our Kasaye, Sisay Lemma of Ethiopia claimed the second place in the men's race cloaking 2h07’02’’. This was his second marathon of the season after Dubai marathon in January where he ran 2h04’08’’.

 

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