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Alexander The Great International Marathon


Source : Alexander The Great Internatinal Marathon

This week’s interview has been conducted by Niandi Carmon from sdpo.com. Before taking part in the Alexander the Great Marathon, in Thessaloniki, Greece, Niandi had the opportunity to meet Giorgis Karagiannis, its organizer.

First what got you involved in race organization?

Well I was a professional runner and when my running career was over I decided to go into Race Organization to give back to the sport what it had given to me.

Can you tell me a little about how the Alexander the Great Marathon started?

The idea germed in 2005 at the local Triton Club meetings. At the time Athens Marathon was the only well-known road marathon in Greece. We thought it would be a great idea if the second largest city in Greece, Thessaloniki hosted a marathon too and so 2006 saw the birth of the 1st edition of the Alexander the Great Marathon.

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April 18 - 20 2014 - Where can you run this week-end?

April 18, 2014 01:00   Where can you run this week-end?

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Getu Feleke Breaks Course Record With 2:05:41, Anna Hahner Sensationally Takes Vienna

April 15, 2014 02:10   Press Release

Getu Feleke clocked a superb course record at the 31st Vienna City Marathon. The Ethiopian won the race in good weather conditions with 2:05:41. He was well ahead of the Kenyans Alfred Kering (2:08:28) and Philip Kimutai Sanga (2:08:58). There was a major upset in the women’s race. With 300 metres to go Germany’s Anna Hahner passed a struggling Caroline Chepkwony. ... Continue reading

Tadesse Tola wins the ORLEN Warsaw Marathon!

Tadesse Tola wins the ORLEN Warsaw Marathon!

April 15, 2014 01:30   Press Release

The exciting second ORLEN Warsaw Marathon has just been completed. After a fierce battle, the fastest runner over the distance of 42.195 km during the ORLEN Warsaw Marathon proved to be Tadesse Tola (Ethiopia) with a time of 2h:06min:55s. Over 30,000 competitors, including the best runners from around the world, took part in races held in all ... Continue reading

Record Crowds Roar Kenyans Home in London

April 15, 2014 01:05   Press Release

Record crowds were rewarded with two course records and one world record at the 34th Virgin Money London Marathon today as Kenyans Wilson Kipsang and Edna Kiplagat won two thrilling elite races in the glorious London sunshine, while Tatyana McFadden and Marcel Hug raced to victory in the wheelchair event. London 2012 rowing gold medallists Katherine Grainger and Anna Watkins set ... Continue reading

New record for Wilson Kipsang at Virgin London Marathon 2014

New record for Wilson Kipsang at Virgin London Marathon 2014

April 13, 2014 12:40   News

With a time of 2h04:29, Wilson Kipsang finished the race 11s faster than the previous record established by Geoffrey Mutai in 2011. Wilson Kipsang and Stanley Biwott, Kenya finished at the first and second of the men’s race. So did Edna Kiplagat and Florence Kiplagat also from Kenya. Mo Farah 8th After his triumphs at London 2012 with two Gold medals ... Continue reading