Quote Of The Day
“It was a really bad experience for me. I slipped and stayed down on the ground for about 15 seconds. I had a big crowd of athletes coming from behind and pushing me. Once I reached the (lead) group I forgot that I had fallen down and I just focused on the race … It was difficult for me to win after falling down, but I had to believe. It was great to win the title again.”
– Geoffrey Kamworor looking back at his second World Half Marathon title in 2016 when he fell at the start, but came back to win in 59:10 over Bedan Karoki and Mo Farah.
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