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Ethiopian Mulgeta Birhanu Feisa and his compatriot Tsedal Tzekole are the winners of the jubilee 35th Belgrade Marathon.

Feisa ran 42,195 meters in a time of 2:12, 57, the second place was also won by the Ethiopian Tesome Bekele (2: 13,37), and the third by their compatriot Debele Beida (2: 16,36).

Tzekole achieved a time of 234.00, the second place was also won by the Ethiopian Azeb Gebremedhin (2: 44.33), and the third by their compatriot Tigist Ajanu (2: 51.01).

Kenyan Paul Tiongik won the half marathon run after running 21 kilometers in 1.04.19, second place went to Jonas Kinde from Ethiopia (1: 07.24), third to Kenyan Stanley Kipruto, a member of Sloboda from Uzice (1:08, 21), while the fourth was won by the Serb Duro Borbelj (1:08, 34).

Kenika Lucy Mavia Muli is the winner of the half marathon race in the women’s competition, achieving the second best time in the history of the race in Belgrade (1: 11.54), only 13 seconds slower than the record of Olivera Jevtic.

The second place was also won by the Kenyan Lillian Lelei (1: 16.54), and the third by the representative of Serbia, Teodora Simović.

Photo: facebook.com/Belgrade.Marathon

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