Jemima Sumgong and Eliud Kipchoge lead Abbott WMM after Berlin

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Sumgong_Jemima1-OlyGame16.jpgJemima Sumgong, Rio Olympic champion, photo by PhotoRun.net

Kipchoge_EluidA-Rio16.JPGEliud Kipchoge, Rio Olympic champion, photo by PhotoRun.net

BERLIN (GER): After Berlin Marathon Olympic gold medalists Eliud Kipchoge and Jemimah Sumgong remain on top of the leader board on the World Marathon Majors jackpot series. The two lead with 50 points with wins in London Marathon and the Rio Olympic Games. Ethiopians Kenenisa Bekele and Aberu Kebede, winners of Sunday's BMW Berlin Marathon, are second with 34 and 25 points respectively. Atsede Baysa and Lemi Berhanu, also from Ethiopia, are third with 25 points each, while Wilson Kipsang, runner-up at the BMW Berlin Marathon on Sunday, and Tirfi Tsegaye of Ethiopia, take fourth places with 17 and 20 points respectively. In the 10th series of Abbott WMM still to be staged Chicago and New York.

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