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011 IAAF World Athletics Championships in which Ethiopian Ibrahim Jeilan out of the blue snatched away the 10,000 meters title from Britain’s Mo Farah who hadn’t been defeated up until then. This time, it is last year’s Rotterdam Marathon winner, Ethiopian Yemane Tsegaye, who is anticipated to make his mark and is one of the leading names in the elite ranks for the annual Daegu Marathon.
In the event that brings 16,000 participants from everywhere around the world, Yemane is ranked at the top of the list, because of his personal best time of 2:04:48 plus his win and third place finish in Gongju Marathon in 2009 and Seoul International Marathon two years ago, respectively. The event organizers managed to bring back the top three men from last year, Kenya’s David Kiyeng (2:07:57) and compatriot Gilbert Chepkwony and Benson Barus, thus setting up a big showdown between East African giants, Ethiopia and Kenya. Of course, Yemane will have his compatriots at his side; Debebe Tolosa (2:07:41) and a top track runner who will make his debut in marathon races, Ali Abdosh.
Though Ethiopia will be represented by Ahaza Kiros (2:24:30) and Mulu Seboka (2:25:45) in the women’s marathon event, the organizers favourite, not only to win the title setting a new course record, but also to make a sweep of the medals, are the Kenyans, who are fielding Margaret Akai who run 2:24:47 In Shanghai in December and Agnes Barsosio in 2:24:27 in Frankfurt last year .