Source of Informations

Eliud Kipchoge wins the Men’s race London Marathon 2016


Eliud Kipchoge wins the Men’s race

This has been some run from the Kenyan at the death.

That kick was brutal and he’s left Biwott for dead behind him.

He’s cruising as he turns to the corner on to the Mall. How fast will he get home?

The crowd are roaring him home and here he comes – and it’s a new course record and a big personal best.
Runners-at-the-2016-London-Marathon (3)

Runners-at-the-2016-London-Marathon (4)
Runners-at-the-2016-London-MarathonThousands of people are taking part in the London marathon, after a countdown from space by astronaut and competitor Tim Peake.

Kenya’s Eliud Kipchoge broke the course record at the Virgin London Marathon, retaining his title with the second-fastest run in history over the distance.

Jemima Sumgong of Kenya has won the women’s London Marathon in an unofficial time of two hours 22 minutes and 58 seconds.

David Weir was again denied a record seventh Virgin Money London Marathon title, as Marcel Hug won a sprint finish in the men’s wheelchair race.