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Tokyo Marathon 2024, Kipruto wins by setting the event record: the story

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Tokyo Marathon 2024, Kipruto wins by setting the event record: the story

The Japanese capital welcomed over 30 thousand participants. A particular race, a few weeks after the death of Kelvin Kitpum, holder of the world record – taken last October in Chicago from Kipchoge – and who died tragically in a road accident

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Kenyan Benson Kipruto is the winner of the Tokyo Marathon 2024: the 32-year-old crossed the finish line of first Major of the season in 2h02’16”, a record taken from Eliud Kipchoge who today finished in tenth position, very far from the leaders. For Kipruto it is the third career success in a Major after Boston and Chicago. Our story from Tokyo.

March 3, 2024

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