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Ethiopian women marathon athletes are highly expected to dominate Standard Chartered Dubai marathon that takes place 25th January 2013. Kenyan Moses Mossep appears organizers hottest favorite for the men’s crown.
More than 20000 marathon athletes registered from around the globe and a strong elite field in the making, Ethiopian women athletes are hot favorites not only to win the race but also to sweep the medal table in a new course record. Twice defending champion Aselefech Mideksa absent from her historic third due to injury, her compatriot Terfe Tsegaye jumps in to the head line as hottest favorite to retain a third title for Ethiopia. Twenty-eight  year old Paris marathon winner Tirfe, her compatriot and running partner Koreni Jelila are favored to win the day.  The one and only one serious contender thrown in to the Lions’ den is Kenyan born Swede Isabella Anderson third in 2011 Dubai marathon. Isabella’s rising performance since then made her underdog of the event. ““Last year we saw three women break 2:20 in Dubai and Tirfi’s recent performances suggest she is highly capable of joining that elite group,” said Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon Event Director Peter Connerton.
Among the big guns targeting Dubai’s flat and fast Marathon route will be Kenyan Moses Cheruiyot Mosop. Last year Mosop and fellow Kenyan Geoffrey Mutai ran the fastest time ever recorded for a marathon – 2:03:06 and 2:03:02 respectively – shattering the Boston course record by nearly three minutes, although the times were not officially recognized by the IAAF due to the nature of the Boston course.