Critérium du Dauphiné Dani Martínez, EF Education First Pro Cycling Above and beyond performance from Dani Martínez this past weekend, bringing home the classic Critérium du Dauphiné. Executing the final stage to perfection, Martínez grabbed the top spot in a thrilling finale on Sunday. Our congratulations to Dani Martínez and the entire team.
WINNER / W.R.: MONACO 2020 Joshua Cheptegei (12:35.36) Pacing himself to perfection, Joshua Cheptegei delivered an astonishing performance, breaking the 5,000-meter World Record. He managed to best the 16-year old record set by Kenenisa Bekele back in 2004. Cheptegei is a member of the NN Running Team.
WINNER: TOKYO 2020 Birhanu Legese (02:04:15) In a lightning-fast edition of the marathon in Tokyo, Birhanu Legese managed to push through a lingering injury and grab the top spot among an elite field where no less than 17 runners finished within 2:08, most ever in a race. Our sincere congrats Birhanu, a member of NNRead more about WINNER: TOKYO 2020[…]
WINNER: NEW YORK 2019 Joyciline Jepkosgei (02:22:38) Joyciline Jepkosgei managed to hold off Mary Keitany’s fifth attempt to win in New York and crossed the finish line in 02:22:38. This was her first major marathon and she ran the second-fastest time in the women’s group in New York.
WINNER: NEW YORK 2019 Geoffrey Kamworor (02:08:13) Geoffrey Kamworor won the men’s race for the second time in New York, finishing in 02:08:13. The 26-year-old Kenyan has recently set a new half marathon world record. Geoffrey Kamworor is a member of the NN Running Team.
HISTORIC: Ineos 1:59 Eliud Kipchoge (01:59:40) On October 12th 2019, Eliud Kipchoge broke the 2-hour marathon barrier. Time: 01:59:40. Unofficial World Record. Eliud Kipchoge is a member of the NN Running Team.
WINNER: KONA 2019 Jan Frodeno (07:51:13) Jan Frodeno won the World Championship title in Kona, finishing the 226 kilometres in seven hours, fifty-one minutes and thirteen seconds – a new course record. The conditions weren’t perfect, but that didn’t stop one of Triathlon’s biggest stars.
WINNER: BERLIN 2019 Kenenisa Bekele (02:01:41) Bekele returned to the German capital and ran the second fastest marathon in history and won in 2:01:41, only two seconds away from the world record. Bekele is a member of the NN Running Team.
WINNER: BERLIN 2019 Ashete Bekere (02:20:14) Ethiopian Ashete Bekere ran her personal best to win in Berlin with 02:20:14. This was Bekere’s third straight marathon win. Bekere is a member of the NN Running Team.
WINNER / W.R.: CPH 2019 Geoffrey Kamworor (58:01) Kenya’s Geoffrey Kamworor wrote history in Copenhagen. After covering 21.0975 kilometres, he crossed the finish line at 58 minutes and one second – a new half marathon World Record. Geoffrey Kamworor is a member of the NN Running Team.