ICYMI: Highlight of the Lagos marathon.

Kenya-conceived Frenchman Abraham Kiprotich on Saturday won the third Access Bank Lagos City Marathon as Kenyan and Ethiopian marathoners by and by commanded the opposition, trucking without end the initial three prizes.

Kenyan marathoners overwhelmed the world class division of the race winning the primary, second and third prizes in the male classification. The Ethiopians were predominant in the female class.

For the primary position of the 42km in the male classification race, Kiprotich won with a period of 2:13:04, while his comrade, Kiboss Ronny came next with the season of 2:13:26.

Victor Benjamin finished the Kenyan control coming in the third position with the season of 2:13:29.

For the female class, Ethiopia's Herpha Guta won the race, while comrades Girma Getachew was second and Ayelu Hordofa third.

In the indigenous class, Iliya Pam won for the second time running while his storeroom equal and 2016 lady release victor Sharabutu Philibus came next. Williams Kefas came third in the long separation race.

For the indigenous 10km race, Stephen Daniels started things out with a fresh out of the box new GAC auto worth N7 million, Poku Luka came next, winning N1 million, while Happiness Musa was third and got N750,000.

For the 10km female classification, Rose Akuso developed victor and got a star cost of N7 million with different impetuses. Fostina Ogu came next with the money cost of N1 million, while Holland Saleh came third and got N750,000.

More than 100,000 sprinters took an interest in the third Access Bank Lagos City Marathon that offered $208,000

Posted on February 2018,15  //  Author: Admin