John Mwangangi

25.03.2019
00:35
Comments Off on John Mwangangi

In August of this year, he ran a superb time of 13:32 at the African Junior Championships in the discipline over 5000 m and so the sensational second place. After this outstanding performance won sultry at the prestigious Greifenseelauf unfamiliar 2009 after a tactically very clever past race over the half marathon distance of 13.1 miles in 1:05:42 with about 10 seconds ahead of the second-placed Eticha Tesfaye from Ethiopia. John Mwangangi ran the Greifenseelauf in same SPIRA Stinger, with whom he already the GP Bern and the 20km de Lausanne had won. In the connection and with an incredible time of 1:00:36 by adapting it in SPIRA and sunshine the 27.9.2009 the half marathon route you Vin in Luxembourg and all other participants leave far behind. Also at the Morat on October 4, 2009, only a week later, John Mwangangi write-off is unrivalled after only five kilometers from the total 17.17 km long route from the field and win with a superb time of 52:37.

The recent success of John Mwangangi is currently his victory as before in his SPIRA Stinger at the Castle course Rapperswil-Jona on October 11, 2009 in the category overall and men elite over 9 km with an excellent closing time of 26:36:6 in his native Kenya currently is John Mwangangi and also after his series of triumphs in the past few months still not tired, he wants to continue his success and prove his top form. In the next two months to launch sites in the 2009 still most important and largest running sports classics such as the corrida Bulloise on November 21, 2009, at the Basel City run on November 28, 2009, the course, he and his coach Peter Pfister hope de L ‘ Escalade, 2010, and of course the Silvesterlauf in Zurich by January. In comparison to his opponent, John Mwangangi like inconspicuous occur with his 157 cm and 50 kg: his sensational success prove but in fact over the past few months that he has an outstanding career and sometimes with the in SPIRA shoes of integrated WaveSpringTM John Mwangangis chances of technology which allows a better and faster recovery time, are anything but small.

Comments are closed.

Powered by WordPress and Artsavius Theme