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Quarter to finish ninth in the Amsterdam Marathon, Kipchumba wins

A Quarter is, there isn’t succeeded in doing the near-to-come, of the profit for the Amsterdam Marathon. The Dutch rider finished in ninth, while the victory went to the Kenyan, Vincent Kipchumba.

The dertigjarge Quarter, was released earlier this year and proved to be very the fourth at the Rotterdam marathon, and sharpness, and when his own English record to 2.06.17. In Amsterdam, he was a Sunday, a lot of less-fast-in 2:07.39.

In the ninth spot of the Quarter was for the national title. Frank Futselaar picked out in silver.

Kipchumba placed in the 42 kilometers and 195 meters in 2:05.09, and Boston Itself Deksisa, was second in 2:05.16. The Kenyan runner Elisha Rotich (2:05.18) completed the podium in the Olynpisch at the Stadium.

In spite of the good conditions arrived and the men are not in the neighborhood of the course record (2:04.06), the Kenyan-Lawrence Cherono, last year’s application. For the women, it was still faster than walking, in Amsterdam, the netherlands. The Ethiopian debutante Degitu Azimeraw ran a 2:19,26, and this popped up far below to the best of her compatriot Meseret Hailu (2:21.09) in 2012.

Quarter and has suffered from hamstring

Quarter had been announced that he will be best from Rotterdam and wanted to fix it. The Somalia-born athlete is hoping to even the first Dutchman ever since Gerard Nijboer in 1980 and the marathon in the capital city to win.

Initially it was Quarter to join the group, but halfway through, he had already been a hole to let it drop. Thanks hamstringproblemen, he could set the pace of the Ethiopians and Kenyans are not followed.

Meanwhile, the group is fairly large. At five kilometers from the finish in the Olympic Stadium was used for eight of the runners a chance to win. It was Rotich who is with the pace of teenagers, and then only Kipchumba, Deksisa and Betesfa Getahun recipients were staying up.

After the vondel park and managed Kipchumba has managed to walk away with the other. It turned out to be the decision for the Kenyan remained in the road, and was for seven seconds before the Deksisa across the finish line. A little over two minutes later, he finished Quarter.

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