Running in Tokyo/Japan - Marathon/Clubs/Track Races


On March 10., I ran my first half in two years, and succeeded in making the top-ten. Initially, the result showed me in 13th position, but it seems they caught some cheats. My time was 1:36:07, not bad on a hot and humid morning. Men's and Women's divisions were won by Germans, with Joerg Heiner beating Cambodian record-holder Hem Bunting by about 20 seconds to finish in 1:14:35. Joerg told me he is usually about seven minutes faster...

The picture shows me with my team-mates!

Nary Ly, Cambodia's hope among the women, fainted at 18k and had to be taken to the finish by ambulance. The staff was extremely incompetent and left me and Hem Bunting running around for coke and chocolate, as she was obviously on low blood sugar. Nary was fine when I visited her in Phnom Penh two days later, but the incident shows that much remains to be done with regard to training staff for sports events in Cambodia.

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Comment by Francis kimeli kemei on April 22, 2013 at 4:25pm

yesterday on 21/4/2013

I run one 1:41. 06

Comment by Francis kimeli kemei on April 22, 2013 at 4:22pm

i like your photo sir

Comment by juergen wittstock on March 16, 2013 at 10:04pm

And here it is AIMS official - I made the top-ten!

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