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SportEthiopia's Leul Gebreselassie wins bronze at Budapest men's marathon

Ethiopia’s Leul Gebreselassie wins bronze at Budapest men’s marathon

Kiplangat stuns rivals to deliver Uganda’s marathon gold in Budapest

The Budapest Men’s Marathon saw thrilling competition today as runners from around the world battled it out over the 42 km classic distance.

In the end, it was Uganda’s Kiplangat who took the gold in a time of 2:08:53, holding off a late charge from the pack.

Chasing closely behind was Ethiopia’s Leul Gebreselassie. He clung to second position for most of the race and appeared poised to take silver.

However, Israel’s Mahru Teferi had other plans, surging past Leul in the final 200 meters to claim second place with a time of 2:09:12.

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Leul crossed the line just seven seconds later in 2:09:19, denying him the silver but earning Ethiopia a hard fought bronze.

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