Athlete Adhiana Gebret Sadik clocked 2:08:55 to win the men’s title whereas athlete Ashu Kasim Rabo won the women’s title clocking 2:30:18 on the 28th Marrakech Marathon.
Marrakech, Morocco (IANS)–Ethiopian athlete Adhiana Gebret Sadik claimed the 28th Marrakech International Marathon title in the city of Marrakech, the Kingdom of Morocco.
Adhiana Gebret Sadik crossed the finish line with a time of 2:08:55 on Sunday followed by Moroccans Hicham Laqouahi at second spot with a time of 2:10:24 and Salahedine Bounaser third at 2:10:25, reports Xinhua News Agency.
In the women’s category, Ethiopian Ashu Kasim Rabo came first with a time of 2:30:18, ahead of Kenyans Beatrice Jelagat Cherop at 2:31:07 and Alice Jepkenboi Kibore at 2:32:28.
Over 8,000 runners took part in this year’s edition.
Source: Business Standard
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