Kenyan long-distance runner Benard Kimeli has won the Prague Half-Marathon. The defending champion improved his personal best on the 21-kilometer track to 59 minutes and 7 seconds.
In the women’s race, another Kenyan, Caroline Kipkirui, who now represents Kazakhstan, won with a time of 1:05:44. Jiří Homoláč was the best of Czechs and Europeans, covering the distance in over 64 minutes.
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