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air max 97 , Sept. 28 (Xinhua) -- Seoul Marathon champion Amos
Kipruto of Kenya is on a mission to amend fall on debut at Amsterdam marathon
last year as he returns to claim what he missed on Oct. 15.
Kipruto may not be the fastest in the elite list, but the Kenyan has shown
his potential since launching his career in the Dutch capital a year ago.
Kipruto's marathon career took off from Amsterdam and this year he is
competing for a place on the podium. He won this year's Seoul Marathon in
2:05:54, improving his personal best by more than two minutes.
"I want to return to where I started and see what medal I can get. I still
have a lot to learn in marathon and winning is part of what I have to get used
to," said Kipruto.
Organizers of the Amsterdam marathon believe the course record could fall
with Ethiopians Tesfaye Abera, Kipruto nike air max
97 scontate , Edwin Kiptoo and Zane Robertson able to run faster.
The Dutch capital race holds a course record of 2:05:21.
With a personal best of 2:04:24 set when winning last year's Dubai Marathon,
Abera is the fastest of the four.
The 25-year-old Ethiopian sits at 13th on the world all-time list and, having
also won the Hamburg Marathon last year, he is keen to add the Amsterdam crown
to his string of victories.
However, Kenya's Edwin Kiptoo played an important role in setting the pace in
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With a half-marathon personal best time of 59:26 and having finished fourth
at the recent Dam tot Damloop, Kiptoo has reason to feel optimistic ahead of his
New Zealand's Zane Robertson will also be making his much-awaited marathon
debut. The 27-year-old who lives in Kenya holds national records at 10,000m
(27:33.67) and the half marathon (59:47).
Dutch Olympian Abdi Nageeye will also be taking part. Besides seeking to
improve his personal