Demadonna's Kipyokei Diana of Kenya takes first place at the Usti nad Labem Half Marathon on Saturday 15

diana uitlaDemadonna's represented Diana Chemtai Kipyokei of Kenya proved herself to be the best in the women's race when securing a confident victory with a new personal best and equaling the same course record of 1h07’17’’ set by Peres Jepchirchir in 2015.

A strong wind and warm temperature did not support the expectations of a strong international elite field; nevertheless, our Diana Kipyokei was able to produce an impressing personal best.

Kipyokei improved her personal best by eighteen seconds, missing the course record by only one second. Finshing in second place, was Nancy Jepkosgei Kiprop in 1h07'32", followed in third place by Lucy Cheruiyot, 1h09'52", both from Kenya.

In th men's race DAP's Kipyego Barselius of Kenya finished in second position with a time 60’25’’, behind compatriot Stephen Kiprop, winner in a time if 59'41".

At the Beijing Marathon held on Sunday 16, second place for our Tola Seboka Dibaba of Ethiopia who cloaked 2h14'35" at the finish behind his countryman Dejene Debela Gonfa, first in 2h12'08".

Always on Sunday 16 this time at the Meia Maratona do Porto, Portugal, two second places for Demadonna's represented athletes: Akopesha Abraham cloacking 61'19" in the men's race, and Cherop Sharon of Kenya reaching the finish line in 71'09" in the women's race.

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