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IAAF/EDF World Half Marathon Championships - Birmingham 11 October, 2009
Eritrea's Zersenay Tadese wins the IAAF World Half Marathon title for the fourth successive time in a championship record 59:35 at the IAAF / EDF Energy World Half Marathon Championships in Birmingham, UK.
There was pre-race drama ahead of tomorrow's IAAF / EDF Energy World Half Marathon Championships in Birmingham, with three of the main medal contenders, Mary Keitany, Sammy Kitwara and Dathan Ritzenhein stuck for nearly an hour in the lift of the REP Theatre.
The provisional entry list for the IAAF / EDF Energy World Half Marathon Championships in Birmingham, UK on Sunday 11 October is now available.
Sammy Kitwara, the second fastest marathon runner in the world this year, will lead the Kenyan team to the IAAF / EDF Energy World Half Marathon Championships in Birmingham, UK next month.
Organisers of the 18th IAAF/EDF Energy World Half-Marathon Championships to be held next month in Birmingham, UK are appealing for volunteers who can speak foreign languages to help runners feel at home.
World 5000m champion Vivian Cheruiyot beat her Kenyan teammate Linet Masai in a sprint finish to win the adidas Women's 5k Challenge in London's Hyde Park today.
The official route for the 18th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships, which will be held in Birmingham on Sunday 11th October, has been unveiled by the organisers.
South African Stephen Mokoka ran seven seconds quicker than his personal best to clock 28 minutes 21 seconds to win the Nedbank SA 10 kilometres Championships at the Stellenbosch's Coetzenburg stadium.