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Defending Champions Tadu Abate and Dibabe Kuma return to Hamburg

19 Feb 2020 08:20
Jean-Loup Fenaux
Press Release
Defending champions Tadu Abate and Dibabe Kuma will return to the Haspa Marathon Hamburg. Fellow-Ethiopians Ayele Abshero, who was runner-up last year, and Meseret Belete will be among their rivals on 19 April. This was announced by the organisers of Germany’s biggest and fastest spring marathon during a press conference. So far 12,000 entries have been registered for the Haspa Marathon

Haspa Marathon Hamburg: Ethiopian double triumph by Tadu Abate and Dibabe Kuma in rainy Hamburg

30 Apr 2019 12:05
Jean-Loup Fenaux
Press Release Results
Tadu Abatu and Dibabe Kuma celebrated success in duplicate for Ethiopia at the Haspa Marathon Hamburg on Sunday. In rainy conditions last year’s runner-up Abatu clocked 2:08:25, winning a sprint finish from Ayele Abshero. His fellow-Ethiopian crossed the line just one second behind while Uganda’s 2012 Olympic Marathon Champion Stephen Kiprotich was third in 2:08:31. It was the fourth time in

Jepkosgei to make marathon debut in Hamburg

16 Feb 2019 00:00
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Kenya: Jepkosgei to Make Marathon Debut in Hamburg

16 Feb 2019 00:00
allafrica.com
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Haspa Marathon Hamburg On 28 April: World record holder Joyciline Jepkosgei runs marathon debut in Hamburg

15 Feb 2019 07:33
Jean-Loup Fenaux
Press Release
World half marathon record holder Joyciline Jepkosgei will run her debut at the full distance in Hamburg on 28 April this year. This was announced by the organisers of the Haspa Marathon Hamburg today. The marathon debut of the 25 year-old Kenyan is one eagerly awaited in international road running. Organisers also confirmed that Abel Kirui will compete on the fast

Uganda: Kiprotich Opts for Hamburg Marathon

21 Feb 2017 00:00
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Results: Abera holds on in Hamburg

21 Apr 2016 13:23
Marathon results After finishing eighth a yer ago, Tesfaye Abera (2:06:58) outpaced almost 9,400 runners to win this year’s Haspa Marathon Hamburg in Northern Germany. Philemon Rono (2:07:20) cut just over a minute from his fourth-place finish a year ago to secure second. He took third in 2014. Josphat Kiprono rounded out the top three with a time of 2:10:44. #Noticias

Meselech Melkamu breaks course record, Tesfaye Abera wins Hamburg

20 Apr 2016 05:49
Jean-Loup Fenaux
Ethiopia’s Meselech Melkamu smashed the course record by more than two minutes in the Haspa Marathon Hamburg. Finishing in 2:21:54 despite windy conditions she made a strong statement regarding the selection of Ethiopia’s marathon Olympic team. Fellow-Ethiopian and defending champion Meseret Hailu was second with 2:26:26 while Germany’s Anja Scherl caused an upset with a tremendous run for third place. Improving

Results: Haspa Marathon Hamburg

27 Apr 2015 13:20
Jean-Loup Fenaux
It was running over Hamburg when Kenya’s Lucas Rotich crossed the finish line with a time of 02:07:17. He had a 30 second lead over Ghirmay Ghebreselassie from Eritrea (02:07:47). Stephen Chebogut also from Kenya took the third place in 02:08:01. In the women’s race, the victory went to Ethiopia’s Meseret Hailu in 02:25:41. Sylvia Kibet (02:26:16) from Kenya and Beata

Shumi Dechasa and Dinknesh Rono winners of the 2014 Haspa Marathon Hamburg

05 May 2014 03:25
Jean-Loup Fenaux
Shumi Dechasa from Ethiopia won the Marathon in 02:06:43, followed by to Kenyans Eric Ndiama (02:07:00) and Philemon Rono (02:07:07). In the ladies race, Dinknesh Rono from Kenya finished first in 02:26:47. Dinknesh Mekash (ETH) took the second place and Winny Jepkorir (KEN) the third. 12,851 of the participants made it to the finish line, and about 800,000 spectators cheered the

Hamburg Marathon Report

02 May 2012 07:06
Jean-Loup Fenaux
Marathons can be won in lost in many different ways. Shami Dawit of Ethiopia and Rael Kiyara of Kenya employed a similar tactic to win the men’s and women’s races at the 27th Haspa Marathon Hamburg this morning, attacking between 30 and 40 kilometres, and breaking both course records, with 2.05.58 and 2.23.47. The big difference though was that Dawit was

Hamburg Marathon Upgrades

28 Mar 2012 07:04
Jean-Loup Fenaux
The organisers of the Haspa Marathon Hamburg, whose 27th running take place on April 29, are looking forward to an upgrade of their race, in keeping with the status of the city of Hamburg. Many people outside Germany may not realise that Hamburg is the country’s second city, and is the sixth largest in Europe. Its fame stretches from being one