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Geoffrey Kamworor put a world record with a run in Copenhagen for the half marathon.
Kamworor took 17 seconds from the previous record, set by fellow Labour Abraham Kiptum in Valencia this past year, to finish the 13.1 miles in 58:01.
The 26-year-old won the IAAF Gold Label Rush by the Berehanu Wendemu Tsegu third of Ethiopia , fellow Labour Bernard Kipkorir second and 75 seconds .
“it’s extremely emotional for me to set this record,” explained Kamworor.
“Doing so in Copenhagen, at which I won my first domain name, adds something to it”
Kamworor had targeted breaking this world album for a priority having passed up the chance to race later this month.
As he covered the second half of their race without anyone for company, kamworor also did it outside for his own and without pacemakers.
In addition to the marathon, in he’s established himself a nice long distance runner with silver in the 10,000 m at the 2015 World Championships and victory at 2017 in the New York City Marathon.
From the women’s race, Ethiopia’s Birhane Dibaba won by 25 seconds together with Kenya’s Evaline Chirchir and Dorcas Tuitoek.
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