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Horst made the Berlin Marathon a founding member of AIMS in and .. Kiptum kept pushing, knowing the world record was within his reach, and passed 20km . Late entry Mark Kiptoo did win the event back in and features a .. each year and build a collection celebrating the rich history of Danish literature. AUSTRALIAN AND DANISH VICTORIES AT VOLCANO MARATHON He is looking forward to meeting everyone in the Atacama! . Amanda has completed a few marathons including Dublin, New York, Berlin, Edinburgh and London. The Danish Business Authority. Endeavours to create the best conditions for growth in Europe, and to make it easy and attractive to run a business in Denmark.
In more than pregnant women, new mothers and their families took part in the Belgrade Marathon fun run. Race Director Dejan Nikolic said: Our programme Mama Fit has shown how sport is a powerful medium for promoting important social and health messages.
The award recognises excellence in environmental practice with candidates judged on the impact the race has had on promoting environmentally friendly practices in marathon events, how volunteers contribute to the success of the project and the ability for the race to educate younger generations about the benefits of sport and environmental protection.
The SwissCityMarathon-Lucerne aims to organise a sustainable event based on social, economic and environmental considerations. Local suppliers and companies are used whenever possible and the local running community is maintained year-round.
A comprehensive environmental policy and plan are in place and a dedicated person is responsible to ensure that environmental measures are incorporated throughout the race. Emissions such as waste, noise, water and air pollution are minimised.
Thanks to the SwissRunners ticket, traveling from all over Switzerland to the event and back is free for participants. The fire hydrants in town are supplied with clean drinking water and these are used for the hydration points serving the runners.
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Our thanks go to AIMS and its members for presenting us with this award. This is where the history of the marathon race began with the legend of the Greek messenger, soldier and runner who is thought to have run from Marathon to Athens in BCE to bring news of the victory in battle over the Persians.
According to legend the messenger, once in Athens, collapsed and died. The drama of this story was the basis for the marathon race to be born at the first modern Olympic Games which took place in Athens in The race over In summary, the legendary run of BC became an Olympic sporting event in and years later has been developed into an enormous sport and social movement. It all began in the country that gave birth to the Olympic Games and a place called Marathon, a small town on the coast of Attica and about 40km from Athens.Breaking2 - Documentary Special
It is officially measured and the race features the highest international standards concerning every aspect of the organisation. The numbers of participants have been growing for years for the race which will have its 36th edition on November In just 5, took part in the Athens Marathon which starts, as did the Olympic race, in Marathon and finishes in the old Panathenaic Stadium of Athens.
That was a participant record at the time. Since then the race has acquired a completely different dimension: A record number of 18, runners have entered the marathon.
This makes the event one of the biggest running events in the world. It is also one of the most international races worldwide since half of the runners participating in the marathon race come from outside Greece. Athletes from more than countries will compete on the tough original course next week. NET Runner-up last year, this time the number one: After a thrilling duel he broke away from Martin Kosgey of Kenya who finished in 2: Fellow Kenyan Alex Kibet finished third on his marathon debut in 2: That was 25 seconds faster than her compatriot Meselech Melkamu had run here in The leading German finisher among the women was Katharina Heinig who finished impressively in 14th place, just inside 2: Her time of 2: The elite race director Christoph Kopp summed up the performances of the elite athletes: The group was on course for sub 2: At 30 k their 1: It was only after this point when the group slowed slightly and some lost contact running into a headwind for several kilometres.
At 35 k there were still five runners in the leading group: The Paris marathon champion from Kenya then struggled and finally finished eighth. Hirpa and Dida also dropped back while Tesfay and Assefa were now battling for victory.
It was in the final kilometre when Assefa, who finished third in Frankfurt a year ago and had the advantage of knowing the course, moved ahead and build a decisive lead.
He believes that events such as the Volcano Marathon have provided him with the opportunity to meet some amazing and inspiring people, establish lifelong friendships, and lead to even more great adventures.
He is looking forward to meeting everyone in the Atacama! Luca Franco ITA Luca is highly passionate for experiential travel, with authentic, unforgettable, enriching and engaging experiences and community uplift. He has run twenty-two marathons and loves the adventurous ones such as desert, icecap and polar events.
Hamish Gallacher GBR Hamish is a keen triathlete who started running seriously around in order to make up for his "poor" swimming. Since then he has completed a number of marathons, the highlight being the London Marathon. The Volcano Marathon will be his 27th and he also ran the Antarctic km two years ago.
Oscar was the first Italian person to run in Antarctics and he heopes he will be the first Italian to complete the Volcano Marathon! He is certain it will be another great experience, both for the spectacular location and the race experience. This event will represent continent number five for Oscar as he strives to join The 7 Continents Marathon Club.
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The Volcano Marathon will be his 35th marathon and he expects it will be a special one because of the amazing location. Everest Marathon and the Sahara Marathon among many other races. He says he is a slow, back of the pack runner but prefers to view that as getting his money's worth, and gathering a lifetime of great memories and friends. She loves trail running but will need to take this marathon slowly due to numerous injuries sustained during Felicity is looking forward to running with her partner Hamish, and see her friends Martin and Sarah complete their 7th continent.
Sebastian Kraus CHL Sebastian is a chef and cookery store owner who comes from a family of entrepreneurs. The Volcano Marathon will be her fourth marathon, which she will run along with her best friend and running partner, Susan Yarad. Theresa thanks Susan for getting her into running and wishes she had also gone to the Antarctic Ice Marathon with her in Chris Seymour AUS Chris started distance running in after his mother's brief and fatal bout with cancer in an effort to lead a healthier lifestyle.
After completing 4 marathons and 4 half marathons overChris' young niece Cori Skolaski was diagnosed with the rare and fatal lysosomal disease Metachromatic Leukodystrophy MLD. Since Cori lives in the USA and Chris lives in Australia and cannot be there to help the family on a regular basis, he decided to take his new love of distance running and work to raise awareness for MLD and fundraise for the MLD Foundation that helps families affected by this terminal disease.
You can follow Chris' challenge at www.
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When he became a father of twin boys inhe kept up the training by pushing a double buggy and set a Guinness World Record for the fastest half-marathon pushing a double buggy male. It's evidently tough pushing a buggy, especially when one has to keep stopping to pick up blankets, toys, shoes and bottles!
Martin loves and hates running with equal measure: