Pre-race favourites Albina Mayorova of Russia and Laban Moiben of Kenya lived up to expectations at the Siberian International Marathon, winning the IAAF Bronze Label Road Race in Omsk on Sunday (20).
Kenya's John Kyalo Kyui will attempt to retain his title, and become the first overseas runner of either gender to win the race more than once, at the 26th edition of the Siberian International Marathon in the Russian city of Omsk on Sunday (20).
On Sunday (22) the Italian capital will celebrate the 21st edition of the Acea Rome Marathon. The IAAF Gold Label Race can claim to be the fastest marathon in Italy as it boasts both the men’s and women’s all-comers’ records.
The Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore has assembled an impressive elite field which includes no less than 13 men who have personal best times under 2:10 and there is quiet optimism in some quarters that such a mark can be achieved for the first time at the IAAF Gold Label Road Race on Sunday (7).
More than 19,000 runners from 123 countries have entered the 2014 ACEA Rome Marathon on Sunday 23 March, making the 20th edition of the IAAF Gold Label Race the biggest one yet.
For this year’s edition of the Yokohama Women’s Marathon, an IAAF Silver Label Road Race, Albina Mayorova set her own pace. And it paid off on Sunday (17) with yet another victory for the Russian in Japan.
In each of the last two years, Albina Mayorova ran at the head of the pack for much of the Yokohama International Women's Marathon, an IAAF Silver Label Road Race, but never made it to the end.