28 Sep '13, 9pm

Interesante análisis de Renato Canova sobre lo que puede acontecer mañana en Berlín.

I like to think Wilson can better the WR. However, also if he's one of the most serious and professional runners in the last 4 years, for what I know my real thought is a time a little higher than 2:04. The winter of Wilson was not like the previous year, in part for the very bad weather in Kenya (and this affected the performances of all Kenyan athletes, with the only ecception of Prisca Jeptoo, who accepted to train on tarmac during the longest rain season of the last 20 years, while the other athletes prefer in any case to train in the mud), in part because he was more busy with his new hotel. In my opinion, the current WR is not something very hard to better, with perfect conditions and top athletes in full shape. When Patrick Makau ran in 2011 in 2:03:38, his first goal was to beat Gebrselassie, and for that reason he ran 2 km between 26 and 28 under 5:30. This means ...

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running.competitor.com 30 Sep '13, 6pm

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trackandfieldnews.com 02 Oct '13, 2am

Cums and pace data by kilometer for Wilson Kipsang's World Record at the 2013 BMW Berlin Marathon (courtesy Sean Hartnett).

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sportsscientists.com 29 Sep '13, 6am

I'll post live splits and thoughts as the race unfolds over the next few hours. Overall splits Men 5km: 14:34. 2:55 per km...