The Kenyan Wilfried Nyatogo took the honors in the Men’s category, while the Feminine won Alejandra Alonso Arreola.
Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- With an atmosphere of total celebration began the maximum sports competition of Mazatlan , the Great Pacific Marathon.
At 6:15 in the morning, the race started, ‘Lend me your legs’ for young people with disabilities, while 15 minutes later they started the maximum tests of the competition, the marathon of 42 kilometers and the half marathon, with participants full of joy and the expectation of getting their best mark.
In the 21-kilometer men’s field, the Kenyan Wilfried Nyatogo took the honors, achieving double celebration, after obtaining the first place in the category of 5 kilometers on Saturday, with an enviable physical condition and a portentous speed, Willfried went ahead from kilometer 13 to never lose the point, the Kenyan would cross the finish line, with an enviable pace, stopping the clock in 1 hour, 5 minutes and 45 seconds, crossing the finish line in the first place with a comfortable advantage,
Juan Carlos Romero, from Zacatecas, would be the second with 1 hour 6 minutes, 27 seconds as time, for his part Felipe Méndez Rodríguez would finish in third stopwatch of 1 hour, 7 minutes and 20 seconds.
In the women’s, Dulce María Rodríguez, who had just won the 5-kilometer race on Saturday, took the lead on the 11th kilometer and managed to move ahead with her rivals, but near the 15th kilometer already in the final stretch, she would appear, Ema Leticia Joya Estrada to go hand by hand for the lead, both coming in a more than even final, where both competitors used their entire battery and something else in search of the lead, tied on the 18th kilometer, at the end with 1 hour, 19 minutes and 36 seconds Dulce María Rodríguez De La Cruz, would arrive as absolute leader of the competition, followed by the Jalisco Ema Leticia Estrada, with a time of 1 hour 19 minutes and * seconds.
In the third place would arrive, Silvia Motta Lopez 1 hour 22 minutes and the reign of the event the marathon of 42 kilometers left a great taste after the good level of competition shown
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