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  • Bekele misses World Record by just two seconds in sensational Comeback

    Time and again the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON produces huge upsets and sensational racing: This time it was the turn of Kenenisa Bekele, the greatest runner of all times. The Ethiopian made a sensational return to his international best with victory at the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON, missing the world record by just two seconds and staging one of the greatest comebacks in athletics’ history.

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  • One in a Million

    Günter Halla was the very first finisher of the BERLIN-MARATHON on October 13, 1974. Ali Crandall from Canada (Toronto) was the millionth finisher with a time of 3:55:16 hours at the 46th BMW BERLIN MARATHON on September 29, 2019 at 14:07:33.

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  • Thrilling Wheelchair and Handbiker Races

    Manuela Schär and Marcel Hug made it a Swiss double in winning the wheelchair titles in the 46th edition of the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON while the Handbiker competition was dominated by Jennette Jansen and her fellow Dutch racer Jetze Plat.

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  • Flash News: Kenenisa Bekele misses world record by two seconds in sensational comeback win

    Kenenisa Bekele produced a sensational comeback win in the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON, missing the world record by just two seconds with 2:01:41. The 37 year-old Ethiopian became the second fastest runner of all time, producing a world lead and a national record in a phenomenal performance. Back in 2016 Kenenisa Bekele had missed the world record by six seconds when he clocked 2:03:03 in his first Berlin triumph, this time he missed the mark of Eliud Kipchoge, who ran 2:01:39 here in 2018, by two...

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