Streets ahead of the rest

May 24th, 2014 7:00 pm| by admin
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The Copenhagen Marathon took over the streets on Sunday as over 12,000 runners participated.In the end, it was a relatively easy victory for Julius Kiprono Mutai (labove) who finished a full 220 seconds clear of the field in 2:17:54 – travelling at just over 300 metres a minute, that is over a kilometre ahead.

Tempted as he was, Mutai didn’t stop to ask these dancers for their telephone numbers (above) or this gentleman why his babysitter hadn’t turned up (below)

(phot: Becks Kaysen)
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