ETHIOPIA'S Tola Lema won the [...]

May 2013
Daily Mail;5/27/2013, p62
ETHIOPIA'S Tola Lema won the Edinburgh Marathon in 2 hours 15 minutes and 32 seconds — almost two minutes clear of Kenya's John Kales, with Andi Jones the top Brit in fourth. Kenya's Risper Kimaiyo became the first African to win the women's race, with a time of 2:35:58.


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