Thursday, March 31, 2011

Kipyego marathon debut in Rotterdam

The Kenyan Michael Kipyego Rotterdam has chosen for his debut at the marathon. The 27-year-old athlete won the world title in 2002 with the juniors at the 3000 meters steeplechase.

Also on the cross to the feet he'd seen from his fourth place at the 2003 World Cup and sixth at the 2007 World Cup. Kipyego makes this year switched to the road.

The African was originally planned for April debut at the half marathon, but decided by the proper training on April 10 in Rotterdam, but once the whole marathon. Kipyego is in the training group with Emmanuel Mutai, second last year in the London Marathon in 2009 / 2 at the World Championships in Berlin, and Bernard Kipyego who two years ago won a silver medal at the World Championships Half Marathon.