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2014 Intime Hangzhou International Marathon Started Running 2019-06-24
The much anticipated 2014 Intime Hangzhou International Marathon started running in the Yellow Dragon Sports Center at 8:00 am on Nov.2.About 30,000 professional or amateur runners from 35 countries and regions participated.


Kemo Yi, a Kenyan runner, won the Men’s full-length marathon and ran through the full length in 2:12:11, breaking the record of 2:12:44, harvesting a personal bonus of 20,000 dollars as well as a record-breaking award of 10,000 dollars. Besides, an Ethiopian won the women’s full-length marathon in 2:32:45, only one minute slower to break the record.

This year’s marathon race includes 6 routes: traditional full-length marathon (42.196 km), half-marathon (21 km), short race (12.8 km), mini race (6.8 km), couple race (3.5 km) and family race (1.2 km). The couple race starts at the Broken Bridge while the other 5 races start at the Yellow Dragon Sports Center. The half-marathon terminates at Changhe Road,Binjiang District, the short-marathon at the South Square of the civic centre in Qianjiang New Town, the other 4 marathon races at the Yellow Dragon Sports Center.
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