World marathon leader won the London marathon for the fourth time.
On April 28, the 39th London Marathon was held in London. Olympic champion Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge won by finishing in 2 hours 2 minutes 37 seconds. This is the second best result in the history of marathons among men (the world record 2:01. 39 also belongs to Kipchog, he installed it at the Berlin marathon in September 2018).
Kipchog already won the London marathon in 2015, 2016 and 2018.
The second and third places were taken by representatives of Ethiopia Mosinet Geremeu (2:02. 55) and Mule Vasihun (2:03. 16). The famous runner Mo Farah finished fifth with a score of 2:05.
Keny Bridget Cosgey was the first among women with the result 2:18. 20. The second was her compatriot, the winner of last year's marathon Vivian Cheruyot (2:20. 14), the third - Rosa Dereger from Ethiopia (2:20.
51). In wheelchair rides, Daniel Romanchuk from the USA and Manuel Shar from Switzerland won.
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The London marathon is one of the six most prestigious marathons on the planet World Marathon Majors. This year, the start of
43,000 runners, this was a record for the entire duration of the marathon. As part of the marathon, we managed to raise a billion pounds for charity.