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  • Kipchoge wins fierce London battle with Kipsang

    Kipchoge wins fierce London battle with Kipsang

    By Tom Hayward LONDON - Kenya’s Eliud Kipchoge got the better of compatriot and defending champion Wilson Kipsang to win the London Marathon by five seconds on Sunday with world record holder Dennis Kimetto third. Kipchoge, a former world champion … More »

    Reuters - 12 minutes ago
  • Athletics-Kipchoge wins fierce London battle with Kipsang

    (Adds details) By Tom Hayward LONDON, April 26 - Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge got the better of compatriot and defending champion Wilson Kipsang to win the London Marathon by five seconds on Sunday with world record holder Dennis Kimetto third. Kipchoge, … More »

    Reuters - 13 minutes ago
  • Athletics-Kipchoge wins London Marathon men's race

    LONDON, April 26 (Reuters) - Former world champion Eliud Kipchoge outran his Kenyan compatriot Wilson Kipsang to win the men's race at the London Marathon on Sunday. Kipchoge recorded a winning time of two hours, four minutes, 42 seconds. Kipsang … More »

    Reuters - 24 minutes ago
  • Tufa's late surge brings London Marathon victory

    Tufa's late surge brings London Marathon victory

    By Tom Hayward LONDON (Reuters) - Ethiopia’s Tigist Tufa was the surprise winner of the women’s London Marathon on Sunday after her powerful late break saw her cruise home 18 seconds clear of Kenyan Mary Keitany. After a tentative race Tufa broke … More »

    Reuters - 33 minutes ago
  • Overlooked Armitage would walk into England side - Botha

    Overlooked Armitage would walk into England side - Botha

    By Justin Palmer LONDON (Reuters) - Steffon Armitage is "world class" and would walk into England's forward pack for the World Cup if they relaxed their policy of not picking overseas-based players, Toulon team mate Bakkies Botha said. Back rower … More »

    Reuters - 36 minutes ago