• Mo Farah Wins Great Manchester Run
» Sunday, 20 May 2018
Article source: Watch Athletics
Great Britain's Mo Farah won the Great Manchester Run on Sunday, May 20.
Just one month after he broke British marathon record Mo Farah Great Manchester Run 10K on Sunday, May 20.
The four time Olympic champion, Farah, in a thrilling sprint finish secured a victory over Kenya's Moses Kipsiro.
Farah crossed the line in 28:27 as Kipsiro was second just one second behind. The podium concluded Abel Kirui 28:52.
Ethiopia's Tirunesh Dibaba took the women's Great Manchester title in 31:08. Kenyans Joyciline Jepkosgei (31:57) and Betsy Saina (32:25) finsihed second and third respectively.
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