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Kitwara and Cheruiyot win in San Juan

01 March 2012, 17:58

Sammy Kitwara and double World champion Vivian Cheruiyot braved tactical challenges to claim their third victories at the 15th World’s Best 10km road race, on Sunday in San Juan.

Running against a strong head wind in the first third of the race, 25-year old Kitwara, the defending champion, crossed the finish line in 28:02, the slowest winning time since 2008, but enough to make history as he became the first man to win three titles on the fast Puerto Rican course.

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