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Wilson Kipsang Wins Frankfurt Marathon

Wilson Kipsang of Kenya shattered the Frankfurt Marathon course record and ran the 10th fastest time over the distance on Sunday.

The 28-year-old Kipsang took advantage of mild conditions and finished in 2 hours, 4 minutes, 57 seconds to become the eighth fastest marathon runner.

The Frankfurt Marathon became only the fourth event after Berlin, Rotterdam and Dubai with a course record under 2:05 hours.

Tadese Tola of Ethiopia was second in 2:06:31 and Elijah Chelimo of Kenya finished third in 2:07:04.

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