Half Marathon Championships

2020 World Athletics Half Marathon Championships

October 17, 2020
Gdynia, Poland
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Athletics Weekly:

“Had it been held a couple of days or even 24 hours later it probably wouldn’t have taken place because Gydnia moved into the red zone Covid-wise in Poland," said Coe who also revealed the timing equipment caught on fire the day before the race and almost left them without a timing system.

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World Athletics:

“This title will be something very special for me. A debut and a win? That would be amazing," said Cheptegei.
*Full Press Conference Video Replay

Reuters:

In the past, he's finished third at the World Trail champs as well as Western States.

LRC World Half Women's Preview: Is This The Greatest Women's Half Marathon Field in History?

Four different women have broken the world record in the half marathon in recent years and all four of those women will be running in Gdynia on Saturday, which makes this one of the greatest -- if not the greatest -- half marathon fields ever assembled.

LRC World Half Men's Preview: Joshua Cheptegei Debuts vs. the Next Great Kenyan Kibiwott Kandie

Joshua Cheptegei will try to become just the second man in history to win global titles on the road, track, and cross country.

LRC World Half News: Kamworor OUT, Kiplimo IN, Ingebrigtsen Maybe?

The 2020 World Half Marathon Championships are going to be incredible but they will not include three-time defending champ Geoffrey Kamworor. Kamworor fractured a tibia in a car accident in June and his agent has told LetsRun.com that the World Half is "not in his plans." But 7:26/12:48 man Jacob Kiplimo has been added to the field and it also might include Norwegian superstar Jakob Ingebrigtsen.

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