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RESULTS-2012 London Marathon

Results from the 2012 London Marathon, which saw Kenyan runners dominating the races, especially on the women’s side where the top five female runners were from that nation.

Results from the 2012 London Marathon, which saw Kenyan runners dominating the races, especially on the women’s side where the top five female runners were from that nation.

Wilson Kipsang (Ken), the second fastest Marathon runner won the men’s race, while Mary Keitany successfully defended her women’s crown with a cruising performance.

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LONDON MARATHON MEN’S TOP RESULTS

1 Wilson Kipsang (Ken) 2hrs 04mins 44secs; 2 Martin Lel (Ken) 2:06.51; 3 Tsegaye Kebede (Eth) 2:06.52; 4 Adil Annani (Mar) 2:07.43; 5 Jaouad Gharib (Mar) 2:07.44; 6 Abel Kirui (Ken) 2:07.56; 7 Emmanuel Mutai (Ken) 2:08.01; 8 Marilson Gomes Dos Santos (Bra) 2:08.03; 9 Samuel Tsegay (Eri) 2:08.06; 10 Feyisa Lilesa (Eth) 2:08.20; 11 Abderrahime Bouramdane (Mar) 2:10.13; 12 Bazu Worku (Eth) 2:10.14; 13 Vincent Kipruto (Ken) 2:10.39; 14 Zersenay Tadese (Eri) 2:12.41; 15 Abreham Cherkos (Eth) 2:12.46; 16 Bekir Karayei (Tur) 2:13.21; 17 Lee Merrien (Gbr) 2:13.41; 18 Solonei Rocha (Bra) 2:14.57; 19 John Beattie (Gbr) 2:16.38; 20 Phil Anthony (Gbr) 2:16.40

LONDON MARATHON WOMEN’S TOP RESULTS

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1 Mary Keitany (Ken) 2hrs 18mins 37secs; 2 Edna Kiplagat (Ken) 2:19.50; 3 Priscah Jeptoo (Ken) 2:20.14; 4 Florence Kiplagat (Ken) 2:20.57; 5 Lucy Kabuu (Ken) 2:23.12; 6 Aberu Kebede (Eth) 2:24.04; 7 Irina Mikitenko (Ger) 2:24.53; 8 Jessica Augusto (Por) 2:24.59; 9 Atsede Baysa (Eth) 2:25.59; 10 Jelena Prokopcuka (Lat) 2:27.04; 11 Claire Hallissey (Gbr) 2:27.44; 12 Koren Jelela (Eth) 2:28.05; 13 Freya Murray (Gbr) 2:28.10; 14 Isabellah Andersson (Swe) 2:29.57; 15 Maria Konovalova (Rus) 2:30.29; 16 Louise Damen (Gbr) 2:31.37; 17 Constantina Dita (Rom) 2:32.34; 18 Irvette van Blerk (Rsa) 2:33.41; 19 Sonia Samuels (Gbr) 2:33.41; 20 Amy Whitehead (Gbr) 2:33.44

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