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• Elite Athletes: Bahrein Half Marathon 2019

Elite Entries: 2019 BRR Seef Mall Bahrein Half Marathon - Sunday, March 17.

Men elite

Name Country PB
Abraham Kiptum Kenya 58:18
Jemal Yimer Ethiopia 58:33
Abadi Hadis Ethiopia 58:44
Atsedu Tsegay Ethiopia 58:47
Alex Korio Kenya 58:51
Fikadu Haftu Ethiopia 59:08
Bernard Ngeno Kenya 59:22
Morris Gachaga Kenya 59:22
Amedework Walelegn Ethiopia 59:22
El Hassan El Abbassi Bahrain 59:27
Vincent Rono Kenya 59:27
Shadrack Kimining Kenya 59:42
Teshome Mekonen Ethiopia 60:02
Hassan Chani Bahrain 60:23
John Langat Kenya 60:24
Getaneh Molla Ethiopia 60:34
Birhan Nebebew Ethiopia 60:53
Daniel Rotich Uganda 60:59
Abayneh Degu Ethiopia 61:01
Dawit Fikadu Bahrain 61:44
Alemu Bekele Bahrain 61:46
Nelson Kipkosgei Bahrain 62:22
Stephen Mwendwa Kenya 62:55

Women Elite

Name Country PB
Caroline Kipkirui Kenya 65:07
Senbere Teferi Ethiopia 65:45
Netsanet Gudeta Ethiopia 65:45
Brigid Kosgei Kenya 65:50
Eunice Chumba Bahrain 66:11
Ruth Chepngetich Kenya 66:19
Pauline Kamulu Kenya 66:56
Meseret Belete Ethiopia 67:51
Sutume Asefa Kebede Ethiopia 67:54
Yeshi Kalayu Ethiopia 67:58
Shitaye Eshete Bahrain 68:25
Hiwot Ayalew Ethiopia 71:01
Gladys Kibiwot Bahrain 76:10
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