Jake Robertson has been training hard in Kenya and is focused on running very fast at Canada’s Waterfront Marathon Oct 21
What an amazing year it has been for Jake Robertson, a New Zealand who has been training in Kenya for the last ten years. Jake started off the year in Houston where he won the half marathon there in 60:01. Many did not know him before that race and in fact he had to get himself there to run the race. This would soon change. At the Lake Biwa marathon he clocked 2:08:26, a new NZ national Record. Then he won the Crescent City 10k with a very fast 27:28 blowing away the field. Next up was the Commonwealth Games 10000m on the track. He pushed the pace and finished with 27:32. Then there was Beach to Beacon in Portland, Maine. In hot weather he wins clocking 27:38. Most recently he broke one hour for the half running second to Mo Farah clocking 59:57. Jake wrote, “i’be trained hard, I’m ready. I’m coming to Canada for something special on Sunday October 21st. I am running the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon. If you’re not running I hope you’re cheering us on, come down, join the hype and have a good time.” Jake’s training has been going well and weather permitting he is ready to run very fast there.
posted Friday October 12th
by Bob Anderson