Organisers of the TCS Amsterdam Marathon have announced that Bernard Kipyego, Wilson Chebet, Sammy Kitwara and Dino Sefir will compete at the IAAF Gold Label Road Race on 16 October.
Bernard Kipyego and Joyce Chepkirui were the winners at the 40th edition of the TCS Amsterdam Marathon, an IAAF Gold Label Road Race, on Sunday (18).
Bernard Kipyego is seeking his second TCS Amsterdam Marathon victory in a row, Wilson Chebet is trying to become ‘Mr Amsterdam’ with a fourth win, and Olympic champion Tiki Gelana wants to prove she is on her way back to the top at the IAAF Gold Label Road Race on Sunday (18).
With two second places and three third places among the results of his 10 marathons before he stepped on the start line of the 2014 TCS Amsterdam Marathon, Bernard Kipyego admitted that he had started to wonder when his day would come but he finally triumphed over the distance with a personal best of 2:06:22 at the IAAF Gold Label Road Race on Sunday (19).
Kenyan trio Eliud Kipchoge, Bernard Koech and Bernard Kipyego have been working together for several months in their local training location of Kaptagat in a bid to make the 2014 ABN AMRO Rotterdam Marathon a race to remember on Sunday (13).
The 33rd Beijing International Marathon, an IAAF Gold Label Road Race, sees a strong line-up in the men’s race with hopes that the long-standing course record by Ethiopia’s Abebe Mekonnen, which has celebrated 25 years as the best mark in the Chinese capital, will be challenged on Sunday morning (20).
Battling cold and windy conditions, Kenya's Dennis Kimetto and Ethiopia's Aberu Kebede ran out the winners of the Tokyo Marathon, an IAAF Gold Label Road Race, on Sunday (24).