Ivuti wins Prague International Marathon

Kenyan athlete Patrick Ivuti won the Prague International Marathon on Sunday. He made a time of 2:07:28, breaking the course record by more than a minute. The first woman to reach the finishing line was Russia’s Olga Glokova. Patrick Ivuti had a good start and was holding a front position throughout most of the marathon. In the second half of the race, he sped up and broke away, taking 16,000 euros in prize money and a bonus of another 10,000 euros for setting the new course record. The first Czech to finish the Prague International Marathon was Mulugeta Serbessa, a 38-year-old Ethiopian-born runner.

Author: Jan Richter