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Apr 2008

The Kenyans Patrick Makau Musyoki and Peninah Arusei win with fast times

Once again the Vattenfall BERLIN HALF MARATHON has produced top-class winning times. The 28th edition of the race also ended in a victorious Kenyan double. The defending champion Patrick Makau Musyoki won the biggest and most prestigious German race over 21.0975 km in exactly 60 minutes. Beaten in the tightest of finishes was Eshetu Wondimu (Ethiopia) who crossed the finish line besides the city’s Red Town Hall a second behind. The women’s winner Peninah Arusei achieved the third fastest time in...

Patrick Makau Musyoki is back in Berlin and in record-breaking mood

Another high-class race and another Kenyan triumph are both very likely on Sunday when the 28th edition of the Vattenfall BERLIN HALF MARATHON will be started. The event had a great development in recent years. Today it is one of the biggest and one of the best quality half marathons worldwide. Eight runners have entered the Vattenfall BERLIN HALF MARATHON featuring world-class personal bests of sub 61 minutes. Six of them are Kenyans.