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Thursday, 31 January 2008

Amazing video at Osaka International Women's Marathon

An amazing video by Kayoko Fukushi in Osaka International Women's Marathon. This race was won by Mara Yamauchi (GBR) in 2:25:10 on 27 January 2008.

Kayoko Fukushi, holder of japan's 3000m, 5000m and half marathon national record, showing her spirit to finish her debut marathon.

She ran too fast for first 25km, about 3:20/km. She lead a 3 minutes gap or 1km from the running group and finally the price paid.

Click for full result/time-split

1. Mara Yamauchi (GBR, Second Wind AC): 2:25:10 (PB)
2. Tomo Morimoto (Team Tenmaya): 2:25:34
3. Julia Mombi (Kenya, Team Aruze): 2:26:00 (PB)
4. Miki Ohira (Team Mitsui Sumitomo Kaijo): 2:26:09 (PB)
5. Madoka Ogi (Team Juhachi Ginko): 2:26:55 (debut)
6. Lidia Simon (Romania): 2:27:17
7. Mika Okunaga (Team Kyudenko): 2:27:52 (PB)
8. Aki Fujikawa (Team Shiseido): 2:28:06
9. Constantina Tomescu (Romania): 2:28:15
10. Christelle Daunay (France): 2:28:23 (PB)
..
19. Kayoko Fukushi (Team Wacoal): 2:40:54



Click here if you like to read the detail.

Watching the youtube alone before i post this make me a bit sebak. Coz it remind me my legs condition when i ran my first marathon in KLIM05.

I agreed that marathon start at 30km. Itu yang betul-betul menguji ketahanan mental. And is a mental race, some people even say that it's 90% mental another 10% is physical effort

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  • SETUJU!!!
    the marathon distance is same but the experience is totally different.. tak dpt diungkapkan dgn kata2.. berat kaki melangkah, berat lagi kekuatan minda yg diperlukan...
    hehehehe..

    By Anonymous nezz, at 12:35 pm  

  • YA BETUL!!
    Walaupun kakiku kuat sekarang.. tapi mentalku ringan :-)

    ..KLIM ku pon ringan2 saja lah.

    By Blogger aharis, at 11:07 pm  

  • KLIM08 nanti kita lari sama2 ye

    By Blogger Abu Soffian, at 2:13 pm  

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