07 Apr TADESE BREAKS COURSE RECORD IN PARIS AS SOME SMASHES PB
Ethiopia’s Boru Feyse Tadese set a world-leading time and women’s course record of 2:21:06 today (7) at the 37th edition of the Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris, an IAAF Gold Label Road Race, while Kenyan Peter Some was the surprising winner of the men’s race in 2:05:38.
With cool temperatures and sunny sky, the weather conditions were ideal for the start of the Paris Marathon at 8:30. The women’s race started very fast, as the leaders ran 16:44 at 5km, faster than the 17:01 by Ethiopian Tirfi Beyene ran when she broke the Paris Marathon course record last year (2:21:37).
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