Kenya's Joyciline Jepkosgei races to victory in women's London Marathon
If there was one lesson from the women’s race at the 2021 London Marathon on Sunday, October 3, it was that this distance can’t be bluffed, one that can’t be adequately prepared for in less than two months.
The marathon requires respect, time, and patience. Those who didn’t have that luxury during the buildup were made to pay a heavy price.
Kenya's Joyciline Jepkosgei stormed to victory in the elite women's race at this year's London Marathon on Sunday, crossing the line in an impressive two hours, 17 minutes and 43 seconds.
She held off competition from the likes of compatriot Brigid Kosgei, who was bidding to win the event for a third consecutive year but could only manage a fourth-place finish.
posted Sunday October 3rd