Organisers of the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon have announced that Tsehay Gemechu and Andamlak Belihu will defend their titles at the World Athletics Gold Label road race on Sunday 29 November.
When the gun sounds for the men’s race at the World Athletics Half Marathon Championships Gdynia 2020 on Saturday (17), all eyes will be on an athlete who has never previously raced the 21.1km distance.
After a stunning race in 2018 in which the Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon produced unprecedented depth, the latest edition of the IAAF Gold Label road race gets underway on the streets of the emirate on Friday (25).
One year on from making a stunning marathon breakthrough, Guye Adola will contest his third race over the classic distance in Frankfurt on 28 October.
Kenya’s Gladys Cherono and Ethiopia’s Guye Adola triumphed at the 43rd edition of the Rome-Ostia Half Marathon on Sunday (12), producing some of the fastest times ever recorded at the IAAF Gold Label Road Race.
The EDP Lisbon Half Marathon will celebrate its 25th anniversary on Sunday (22) when it welcomes double world and Olympic champion Mo Farah to the IAAF Gold Label Road Race.
Great Britain’s Olympic, world and European 5000m and 10,000m champion Mo Farah will open his 2015 outdoor campaign at the EDP Lisbon Half Marathon, an IAAF Gold Label Road Race, on Sunday 22 March.
Ethiopia’s Guye Adola ran a course record and personal best of of 59:06, the third fastest time of the year, to win the airtel Delhi Half Marathon on Sunday (23).
Zersenay Tadese, the dominant force in men’s half-marathon running for almost a decade, was finally run out of the medals here at the IAAF/AL-Bank World Half Marathon Championships as he finished fourth in a race won by Kenya’s Geoffrey Kamworor in 59:07, the world’s fastest time this year.
Wilson Kipketer, official ambassador to the IAAF/Al-Bank World Half Marathon Championships, has described the flat and scenic course in Copenhagen, which starts and finishes in front of the National Parliament, as “the perfect setting for making personal bests.”