Eritean Zersenay Tadese, the outstanding pre-race favourite confirmed the predictions in a time of 59:35 taking his fourth successive World title, delivered thanks to a sustained attack which began some 10 kilometres into today’s IAAF / EDF Energy World Half Marathon Championships in Birmingham. Last year in Rio de Janeiro Continue Reading
There was pre-race drama ahead of tomorrow’s IAAF / EDF Energy World Half Marathon Championships in Birmingham, when three of the main medal contenders, Mary Keitany, Sammy Kitwara and Dathan Ritzenhein, were stuck for nearly an hour in the lift of the REP Theatre, which is being used as the Continue Reading
Zersenay Tadese of Eritrea is the favourite to win the global road running title for a fourth consecutive year at the IAAF / EDF Energy World Half Marathon Championships which take place in Birmingham on Sunday 11 October 2009. Tadese took the first of his victories in 2007 over the 20km Continue Reading
Atsushi Sato and Yurika Nakamura will lead the Japanese contingent at the IAAF / EDF Energy World Half Marathon Championships in Birmingham, UK on Sunday 11 October. The Japanese team was selected based upon performances in three domestic Half Marathons: the Japanese Corporate team Half Marathon championships in Yamaguchi in Continue Reading
Martin Kityo Toroitich who was a member of Uganda’s bronze medal winning team at the 2004 World Half Marathon Championships in New Delhi leads his country’s assault for honours at next month’s IAAF / EDF Energy World Half Marathon Championships in Birmingham, UK on Sunday 11 October. Toroitich, the elder Continue Reading
Birmingham was the host of the 2003 IAAF World Indoor Championships, and 2007 European Indoor Championships. A total prize purse of US$245,000 will be paid by the IAAF.The payment of prize money is dependent upon the athletes clearing the usual anti-doping procedures.