CM – Adola and Gebreslase win the Berlin Marathon, while Bekele stalled in third place


The Ethiopians Guye Adola and Gotytom Gebreslase won the Berlin marathon in the men and women, because the legendary compatriot Kenenisa Bekele could not endanger the world record despite a fast first half.

Adola crossed the line in Germany in 2 hours 5 minutes 45 seconds and defeated the threats from Bethwel Yegon from Kenya and Bekele.

The leading group was below the world record time in the first half of the race, a group of four reached the half marathon distance in 1:00:48.

Tesfaye Lencho from Ethiopia and the Kenyans Abraham Kipyatich and Philemon Kacheran were among the leading four with Adola, but they all fell by the wayside.

At this point, Bekele was 12 seconds behind and Yegon more than a minute behind .

Eliud Kipchoge’s world record of 2:01:39 seemed less endangered 10 kilometers from the finish, as all the athletes fell short of the Kenyan Olympic champion’s previous best time

Bekele, three-time Olympic champion on the track, could not repeat his time two years ago when he threatened Kipchoge’s world record.

Bekele missed it by two seconds in 2019, but this time had more than five minutes Backlog and finished third in 2:06:47, behind Yegon in 2:06:14.

In the women’s category, Gebreslase celebrated her debut over the distance with a win in 2:20:09 and took the lead in the final stages from their compatriot Hiwot Gebrekidan.

Both were clear in front of the rest of the field and looked good at times to endanger the course record of 2:18:11, but braked in the second half.

In the wheelchair race of the men won the Swiss Marcel Hug – four-time medalist at the Paralympics Tokyo 2020 – with a fair lead from Daniel Romanchuk in a time of 1:24:03 in front of the American 1:24:47.

The Canadian Brent Lakatos sent off Johnboy Smith from Great Britain in 1:29:54 by one second to third place.

Hug’s compatriot Manuela Schär won the women’s wheelchair race in 1:37:31, more than a minute ahead of American Tatyana McFadden, who finished 1:38:54.

The Belgian Jonas van de Steene won the men’s handbike race in 1:01:40 ahead of the German Vico Merklein and Joseph Fritsch from France.

In the women’s category, Germany took all three podium places, with Yvonne Pijahn taking the winner in 1:22:03 Compatriots Katrin Möller and Annett Zenker-Urban were beaten by three seconds.

Michael Houston is a reporter at He has participated in several major events, including cycling at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014. He also has experience working for the World Curling Federation and British Athletics.

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