Highlights from BMW Berlin Marathon 2017


The BMW Berlin Marathon was two fascinating races. The soggy conditions negated the chance of a world record, but they sure tried. Up until 30k, the record run was on, but the weather and the real racing negated the world record chase. Guye Adola and Eliud Kipchoge provided enough excitement over the last 12 kilometers to keep all interested. A fast and close race on the women's side had Gladys Cherono come out on top, after a hard run over the last 10k.

From SCC Events, here are highlights from the BMW Berlin Marathon!

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