A Kenyan competitor, David Barmasai Tumo, rose victor of the Lagos long distance race Saturday morning.
Tumo’s 2:10:23 hours time was 4 mins 41 seconds quicker than Abraham Kiprotich’s record in 2018.
The race, which is advocated by Access Bank, began before the National Stadium, Surulere, and finished at the Eko Atlantic City, Victoria Island, a 42-kilometer stretch.
Super-Eagles midfielder, Austin ‘Jay-Jay’ Okocha, additionally partook in the race.
Tumo will be remunerated with the race’s great prize of $50,000.
The primary lady to cross the end goal was another Kenyan, Sharon Jemutai Cherop.
Cherop’s 2:31:40 hours time is 6 mins 12 secs quicker than Rodah Jpekorir’s record a year ago.