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The Berlin Marathon 2003

The Berlin Marathon 2003 brought Kenyan Paul Tergat to the city on one mission alone. His aim was to break the World Record of 2:05:38 held by Khallid Khannouchi, which had been established at London 2002. … [Read more...]

Berlin Marathon Report – 28 September 2003

Berlin, Germany - Paul Tergat of Kenya, came to the Berlin marathon with one goal in mind. The World Record [WR] for the 42.2K distance. This record stood behind the name of Khallid Khannouchi of the US, by way of Morocco. The time was 2:05:38 and this had been established at the … [Read more...]

2005 New York City Marathon Post-Race

Men's champion: Paul Tergat, 36, Kenya, 2:09:30 Women's champion: Jelena Prokopcuka, 29, Latvia, 2:24:41 Men's Wheelchair champion: Ernst Van Dyk, 32, South Africa, 1:31:11, course record Women's Wheelchair champion: Edith Hunkeler, 33, Switzerland, 1:54:52 … [Read more...]

Tergat, Prokopcuka Win New York 2005

NEW YORK - (November 6, 2005) - In an era when marathons around the world have focused on the ever more elusive quest for faster times, doing everything, but building downhill courses with aiding wind machines, the ING New York City Marathon hews to the old fashioned value of … [Read more...]