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Kipchoge Wins Berlin Marathon Despite Shoe Problems

Kenyan favorite Eliud Kipchoge shrugged off midrace footwear problems to win the Berlin marathon on Sunday with a personal best time of 2:04:01 but missed out on a world record by more than a minute. The in-form 30-year-old, a winner in London in April, proved a master of the flat, inner-city course, regarded as the fastest in the world, even as his insoles slipped out of his shoes early in the race, winning ahead of fellow Kenyan Eliud Kiptanui and Ethiopia's Feyisa...

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