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Rudisha: Following in the footsteps of Konchellah and Kipketer?

Winning the IAAF/VTB Bank World Athletics Final in Thessaloniki was the perfect end of the season for David Rudisha. And this success will inspire the 20 year-old even more for the future. After wins in Zurich and Brussels the Kenyan had broken the 25 year-old African record in Rieti last Sunday with a time of 1:42.01, which puts him in fourth place on the all-time list.

Six days after clocking the fastest time in 12 years worldwide Rudisha confirmed his great form when he dominated a very strong field in Greece. Taking the lead right after the first bend he went on to win in 1:44.85.

“I am glad that I started building a win streak and I feel really great. But despite this I will now end my season and go back to Kenya to prepare for next year.”…..Read More

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