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• Elite Athetes: Copenhagen Half Marathon 2018

 Elite Athletes Fields: 2018 Copenhagen Half Marathon 2018 - Sunday, September 16

Elite Men Level A
Bib	
1	Abraham Cheroben 	        BRN	58.40
3	Jemal Yimer Mekonnen	        ETH	59.00
4	Jorum Lumbasi Okombo	        KEN	58.48
6	Mangata Ndiwa 		        KEN	59.07
8	Edwin Kiprop Kiptoo	        KEN	59.26
9	Abrahm Kiptum		        KEN	59.36
10	Morris Munene Gachaga	        KEN	59.36
11	James Rungaru 		        KEN	59.37
13	Amdework Walelegn Tadese        ETH	59.50
15	Japhet Kipyegon Korir	        KEN	60.08
16	Asefa Mengstu Negewo	        ETH	59.54
17	Meshack Kiprop Koech	        KEN	60.07
18	Felix Kibitok		        KEN	60.11
19	Teshome Mekonen Asfaha 	        ETH	60.27
20	Alexander Mutiso 	        KEN	60.31
21	Yitbarek Meseret	        ETH	
22	Dominic Kiptarus	        KEN	60.07
23	Betesfa Getahun		        ETH	60.54
24	Bisetegn Masresha	        ETH	-
25	Daniel Kipchumba	        KEN	59.06
30	Lelisa Desisa		        ETH	60.28
31	Canisious Nyamutsita	        ZIM	-
32	Paul Pollock		        IRL	62.10
33	Yomif Kejelcha		        ETH	-
34	Abayneh Degu Tsehay	        ETH	61.43


Elite Women Level A
Bib	
102	Joan Chelimo Melly	        KEN	65.04
104	Ruth Chepngetich		KEN	66.19
105	Ababel Yeshaneh Brihane 	ETH	66.22
106	Mary Wacera Ngugi		KEN	66.29
107	Meskerem Assefa 		ETH	67.42
109	Hiwot Gebrekidan Gebremaryam    ETH	68.00
110	Zeineba Yimer		        ETH	68.07
111	Asefa Alemtsehay		ETH	-
112	Bekelech Gudeta Borecha	        ETH	68.12
113	Visiline Jepkesho 		KEN	68.12
116	Truphena Chepchirchir	        KEN	72.33
117	Nina Lauwaert		        BEL	73.00
118	Monicah Wanjuhi Ngige	        KEN	69.55
119	Sylvia Medugu		        KEN	70.42
120	Lilian Jelagat		        KEN	71.03
121	Betha Chikanga		        ZIM	Debut
122	Meseret Belete		        ETH	68.09
123	Rahma Tusa		        ETH	68.28
124	Sifan Hassan		        NED	-
126	Belaynesh Oljira		ETH	67.27
127	Maeregu Hayelom Shegae	ETH	-




Pace Elite
Bib			
241	Noah Kipkemboi		        KEN	60.52
242	Erick Kibet Kogo		KEN	65.35
243	Bonface Kosgei Kirui	        KEN	-
244	Philipp Baar		        GER	64.57
245	Simon Stützel		        GER	65.12
246	Tommy Kinders		        BEL	-
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