the ethiopian Delso Gelmisa24, and the Kenyan Judith Jeptum26, won this Sunday at paris marathon with a time of 2:05:07 in the men’s box and 2:19:48 to the female, respectively.
The dominance of African athletes was broken, the French stood up Morhad Amdouni34 years old, finished third, with 2h5: 22, the fourth fastest time of a European in a marathon.
jettumwho replaced Ethiopian Tigist Memuye as the winner, was also able to beat the Paris marathon record in his time of less than two hours and 20 minutes.
In the first major success of his career, Gelmisa beat his countryman in the final sprint Seifu Tura and replaced the Kenyan with gold elisha rotichwhich in 2021 set a test record at 02h04: 21.
So, second is the male podium ture (02h05: 10) na Amdouniwhile in the feminine, the Ethiopians Fantu Jimma (3h04) at Besu Sado (3h28) they climbed into the box.
In the Paralympic section, the French won Julien Caseli (01h38: 36), followed by 3 minutes and 18 seconds of Spanish Jorge Wood Jimenez and 9 minutes and 24 seconds for the Colombian Francisco Sanclemente.
At 42.195 kilometers, the race in this 45th edition crossed the most famous points of the French capital: from the Champs-Elysées, its starting point, passing through Notre Dame Cathedral and the Eiffel Tower until it ends in Foch Avenue, near the Arc de Triomphe. Most of the route also passes through the parks of Vincennes and Bois de Boulogne.
Source: La Verdad
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