World Half Marathon Championships

2014 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships

March 29, 2014
Copenhagen, Denmark

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The Standard:

Coaches look great when Ethiopia's best sit out an event.

The Standard:

Kosgei always insisted that athletes should be talking during competitions to disorient the opposition. It destabilises their plans."

World Athletics:

IAAF recap of men's race.

LRC Geoffrey Kipsang And Tiny Eritrea Have Days To Remember At 2014 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships

Geoffrey Kipsang is a name you had better remember. The 2011 World XC junior champ got his first global senior title with an impressive 59:07 win without a rabbit as he led 30,000 runners to the finish line in the first time ever that the World Half Marathon Champs were a mass participation race.  Tiny Eritrea got gold in the team competition.

Capital Sports:

Geoffrey Kipsang is a name you had better remember. The 2011 World XC junior champ got his first global senior title with an impressive 59:07 win without a rabbit as he led 30,000 runners to the finishline in the first time ever the World Half Marathon Champs were a mass participation raceGladys Cherono led a Kenyan sweep on the women's side. More coming from Copenhagen.
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World Athletics:

4 years ago, Kiprop stunned the now 5-time champ Tadese. Will he do it again? Both say they'd also like to continue to try to solve the marathon. Plus talk from Valeria Straneo.

World Athletics:

The IAAF stamp of approval is being given out to races that show how the "sport has the power to change the world with initiatives in health, environment, social inclusion and peace.”

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