The TCS London Marathon 2022 elite men’s field has been announced and it includes defending champion Sisay Lemma, Mo Farah and Kenenisa Bekele.
Kenenisa Bekele missed the marathon world record and finished third at the 2021 Berlin Marathon, but he’s targeting sub-two hours before retiring.
Ethiopian distance great Kenenisa Bekele will chase a third title when he lines up at the 2021 BMW Berlin Marathon on September 26 hoping to go fast.
AMSTERDAM – Ethiopian legend Kenenisa Bekele will run the TCS Amsterdam Marathon, an IAAF Gold Label road race, on Sunday 21 October, race organizers confirmed.
Kenenisa Bekele, Olympic champion and world record holder on the track, will try a break the marathon world record at Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon
Ethiopia’s Kenenisa Bekele will face a world-class field at the 2017 Virgin London Marathon in April, organisers announced. Bekele is the 2nd fastest ever.
Donovan Bailey and Michael Johnson – step aside… Why on earth would Kenenisa Bekele and Usain Bolt race each other at 600 meters is beyond me. If anything, it would help promote Bekele as he is not a household name as compared to Bolt, despite his amazing accomplishments. If you don’t believe me, just go…
Website chat rooms have been abuzz with opinion since the hypothetical question was posed to Bekele a fortnight ago, but now it seems the Ethiopian is keen to settle the argument with a real race over a distance between 600 and 800 metres. His manager plans to speak to Bolt’s agent about arranging a showdown….
Results from the 2021 BMW Berlin Marathon. Guye Adola and Gotytom Gebreslase won the men’s and women’s titles. Kenenisa Bekele was third.
LONDON — Ethiopian legend Kenenisa Bekele confirmed he will join Mo Farah and Eliud Kipchoge on the start line on 22 April for the Virgin Money London Marathon.
Birmingham, UK – The reigning two-time Olympic champion over the 10,000m, Kenenisa Bekele, will have his sights set on Kenyan Daniel Komen’s 3000m World record in Birmingham in February. Bekele hopes to add yet another World record to his impressive collection at the National Indoor Arena (NIA) at the Aviva Grand Prix on 20 February,…
Ethiopia’s stars Kenenisa Bekele and Tirunesh Dibaba, the 5000m and 10000m double winners in Beijing in 2008, will have a busy start to their 2010 seasons, the Ethiopianrun reports. Bekele, who won his first world championship 5000m and 10000m double in Berlin in August this year to add to a similar triumph at the 2008…