Hayle Lemi Berhanu was the winner in the men’s race as the 21-year old and rising star finished first in 2:07:57 to take his career record to three wins from three marathons.
Kenya’s Robert Chemosin was the runner-up on his debut over the classic distance in 2:08:05. The accomplished half-marathon specialist from Kenya finished just ahead of the men with the fastest career best in the field, Ethiopia’s Markos Geneti taking third in 2:08:11.
There was also an Ethiopian victory in the women’s race as Fatuma Sado won in 2:26:25, a course record by nearly two minutes, with Kenya’s Mercy Kibarus second 41 seconds behind.
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