Robert Cheruiyot can really run. He won the Boston Marathon today with a time of only 2:05:52, and shattered the record course time by 82 seconds. He beat the record held by Robert K. Cheruiyot, a four-time winner, who isn't related, according to Boston.com. Cheruiyot, who is from Kenya, is only 21 and is a farmer back home. He earned $150,000 for winning the race, and a $25,000 bonus, along with a golden olive wreath from the city of Marathon, Greece, a prize that goes to both the men's...Read Full Story
UK Today News: Boston Marathon 2010 – 114th Boston Marathon To Take Place on Monday 19th April 2010
The 2010 Boston Marathon will take place on Monday, April 19th 2010. The Boston Marathon is currently in its 114th year, and start time of the marathon depends on the runner’s elite status and gender. The race will commence in Hopkinton, MA and end in downtown Boston.
According to official reports, the start times for the 2010 Boston Marathon are as follows:
9:22 a.m. – The hand cycle event...Read Full Story
The Boston Marathon took place Monday. There was a lot of hoopla over Lance Armstrong's participation, but Robert Cheruiyot and Dire Tune were the real winners.
Armstrong, by the way, finished in 488th place.
BOSTON (AP) — Robert Cheruiyot is well-versed in the Boston Marathon course, with four victories in five trips from Hopkinton to the Back Bay.
Abderrahime Bouramdane visited for the first time on Monday, learning what thousands before him have come to understand as they reached...Read Full Story
The gentleman in this picture, Robert Kiprono Cheruiyot of Kenya, just finished the Boston Marathon in record time: 2 hours, 5 minutes and 52 seconds. He thereby shattered the previous record of 2:07:14 (”shattered” being a relative term here), set in 2006 by Robert Kipkoech Cheruiyot. The two Robert K. Cheruiyots are unrelated, which leaves me thinking that in Kenya the name Robert K. Cheruiyot is the equivalent of James Smith or Juan Garcia here. (And yes, I know a James Smith and a Juan...Read Full Story
CBS NewsCassidy wins Boston Marathon's men's wheelchairSI.comBOSTON (AP) - Joshua Cassidy of Canada won the men's wheelchair race at the Boston Marathon, comfortably beating the field in world-record time. Cassidy, of Toronto, finished Monday in 1 hour, 18 minutes and 25 seconds, which beats the world record by ...Cassidy breaks Boston Marathon wheelchair recordCBS NewsWheelchair racer sets Marathon record as mercury risesBoston HeraldAt Boston Marathon: Hot Temps And New Wheelchair Race...Read Full Story
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Robert Cheruiyot was the winner of the Boston Marathon in 2010. He beat the record of Robert K. Cheruiyot, who was a four-time winner, but not related. See more about Robert Cheruiyot here.