Kenneth Mungara breaks Over-40 Marathon record for third time in twelve months! by EME News


Mungara_KennethFV-Milan15.jpgKenneth Mungara, winning 2015 Milano Marathon, photo by

Mungara Masters WR
MILANO (ITA, Apr 3): Kenneth Mungara finished third in the Milano Marathon in 2:08:38 to break the world over-40 record for the third time in twelve months. The 42-year-old won this race last year in 2:08:44 and improved to 2:08:42 last July in the Gold Coast Marathon. Mungara helped to comprise an all-Kenyan podium with Ernest Ngeno and Ishmael Chemtan first and second in 2:08:15 and 2:08:20 respectively. Martin Lel was a DNF after passing through halfway in 67:35. Brigid Kosgei dominated the women's race with a big lifetime best of 2:27:45. Special guest and race starter was Croatian high jump star Blanka Vlasic.

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