From The Enda Community
Is there something sweeter than this?
Just a week after the Berlin marathon, Davon, @dculley1972 was out again. This time, a special run together with Natali, @mycoachnatalie together running the St.George marathon. The motivation behind it? Perhaps the caption below says it all.
“If you can find a partner who not only wants to run a marathon with you, can smile thru the pain of the race & is still smiling at the end, you have found a keeper!!!!”
We love you😍💪!
From Us at Enda
Update on pre-orders:
Since the launching part of our collection on pre-order, so you can grab your favorite color early, we must say your support has been amazing!
Despite the significant supply chain and shipping challenges, we are excited to let you know we are quickly sorting through your pre-orders so they can start coming your way on time for the holidays.
As promised, we expect to start shipping out the pre-order pairs in a week’s time. Make sure to pre-order your favorite color now:
The Running News
Hostile Takeover from Kenyans at Boston Marathon
Diana Chemtai Kipyegoi ran a tactical race to win the Boston marathon in 2.24.45. Kipyegoi led the race all the way from the 35Km mark while Ethiopian Getsenet Gudeta tried to catch up with her but failed miserably. Edna Kiplagat came second in 2.25.09 while Mary Ngugi came third in 2.25.32 to complete the clean sweep for all top three positions.
In the men's race, Benson Kipruto ran behind the pack all through only to take over and maintain the lead to clinch victory in 2.09.51 Ethiopians Lemi and Jemal came in second and third position respectively. Catch the race highlights below:
Ruth Chepngetich Clinches victory at Chicago marathon
Ruth Chepngetich at the Doha 2019 comptitions, image credit: Kyodo News via Getty Images
World Marathon champion Ruth Chepngetich beat opponents Emma Bates and Sara Hall to win the Chicago marathon. Ruth took charge of the race not giving her opponents a chance whilst she maintained her pace to clinch victory in 2.22.31. Emma Bates came in second in 2.24.20 while Sara took third place in 2.27.19. World Marathon champion Ruth Chepngetich beat opponents Emma Bates and Sara Hall to win the Chicago marathon. Ruth took charge of the race not giving her opponents a chance whilst she maintained her pace to clinch victory in 2.22.31. Emma Bates came in second in 2.24.20 while Sara took third place in 2.27.19. Watch the race highlights.
Seifu Tura wins Chicago marathon
Seifu Tura crossing the finish line to win the men's Chicago Marathon. Photo credits: AP/Paul Beaty
It only took one subtle strong push in the 23rd mile to break his final two competitors, Seifu Tura of Ethiopia ran 2:06:12 to win the men’s title at the 2021 Chicago Marathon. Rupa came in second in 2.06.35 while Eric Kiptanui of Kenya placed third in 2:06:51.