SportScheck Stadtlauf Berlin on 20 August 2017

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40,000 US Dollar for Charities at BMW


As a member of the Abbott World Marathon Majors (AbbottWMM) - which unites the six most significant marathon races in the world, Tokyo, Boston, London, Berlin, Chicago, New York - the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON donated a sum of 40,000 US Dollar to four charity organisations in Berlin.
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From left: Mark Milde (Race Director) with Representives of four Berlin charities, Winners of the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON Running and wheelchair division with Chris Miller of Abbott (down left) and Tim Hadzima of AbbottWMM (to the right).

Eliud Kipchoge wins dramatic race in Berlin with world leading time


Eliud Kipchoge confirmed his position as the world’s number one marathon runner by taking a dramatic win in the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON. The Kenyan clocked a world leading time of 2:03:32 after coming from behind.
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Marcel Hug and Manuela Schär take wheelchair races at BMW BERLIN-MARATHON


Marcel Hug confirmed his position as the world’s leading wheelchair racer. The 31 year-old took the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON with 1:29:03 and was more than three minutes ahead of Japan's athletes Kota Hokonule (1:32:42) and Ryota Yoshida (1:32:43). Switzerland’s 20 time Berlin record winner Heinz Frei just missed out on the podium and finished fourth in 1:32:46.
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Kenenisa Bekele: “I think I am ready"


Between 2001 and 2007, Kenenisa Bekele won 27 races. Over the course of his incredible career, he was Olympic champion three times, won the World Championships five times, was Cross Country World Champion twelve times and won the Indoor World Championships. In 2004 and 2005, he set new world records in the 5000m and 10000m, which still stand today.
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Last year in Berlin: Kenenisa Bekele missed the world record by six seconds.

Gladys Cherono is ready for another sub 2:20 performance


The women's elite field for the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON on Sunday is ripe with talent, featuring five runners whose personal best is under 2:25. Gladys Cherono is the favourite among this quintet, having already won the race in 2015 with a world-class time of 2:19:25, going within 13 seconds of breaking the course record, set in 2005 by the Japanese Mizuki Noguchi (2:19:12). A record number of 43,852 runners from 137 countries have entered the 44th edition of the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON. The race, the biggest one-day sports event in Germany, is an IAAF Gold Label event and one of the Abbott World Marathon Majors series.
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2017-09-21 Wilson Kipsang: “I have not yet had enough”
2017-09-19 Eliud Kipchoge:“Now I want the world record”
2017-09-17 Explainer video guides participants of the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON into the right way
2017-09-15 Find a BMW i3 and win!

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