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World athletics champion former silver medallist, Meselech Melkamu, wins the BMW Frankfurt Marathon while Emebet Itea led the Ethiopian women squad in a medal sweep at the Venice Marathon where the Kenyans dominated the men’s version.
Debutant Meselech was nowhere among the pre-race favourites since she has never taken part in a race over ten kilometers. Defending champion Mamitu Deska, the pre-race favourite, took the lead until the 15th km, when Meselech decided to stretch out and rub shoulders with the leading five, testing her adversaries. At the 35 km mark, Ethiopian Bezunesh Bekele, dropped out and only Meselech, Mamitu and the Kenyan Georgina remained in contention for the top spot. Three kilometers  from the finishing line, the debutant Meselech showed her mettle, when she shook off her competitors  and hit the road hard to win her first ever marathon title in an astonishing performance, clocking 2:21:01along the way.  Kenyan Georgina Rona finished runner-up in 2:21:39, followed by Mamitu, who was unusually tired on the final stretch, claiming third place, two minutes later. In the men’s race, Deresse Chimsa appeared to deny defending champion and world-record holder Kenyan Peter Macau the first place spot. However Macau unleashed a surprise come back to take the lead at the 39 km mark, then was firmly in the driver’s seat with a solo run to the podium, clocking 2:06:08. Deresse claimed the runner-up spot in 2:06:52, followed by the Kenyan duo Gilbert Kirawa and Peter Some, respectively.
Under the awful weather in Venice, Italy, Emebet Itea took the crown, leading a troika of Ethiopian women to the podium. Emebet clocked 2:38:11, followed behind by Halima Hassan in 2:48:12 and Iticha Fantu in 2:50:48. The men’s event, an all Kenyan affair with Phelmon Kisany led the podium sweep, doing it in 2:17:00, with compatriots Titus Masai and Elija karanji claiming the otherb places.