Amsterdam Marathon

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The Amsterdam Marathon (branded TCS Amsterdam Marathon for sponsorship reasons) is an annual marathon (42.195 km) in Amsterdam in the Netherlands since 1975.wikipedia
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Kentaro Nakamoto

He went under that time twice in his two marathon outings in 2010, running 2:11:42 at the Beppu-Ōita Marathon and 2:12:38 at the Amsterdam Marathon.

Dickson Chumba

He placed seventh at the 2013 Boston Marathon and then came eighth at the Amsterdam Marathon in October.

Paulo Roberto Paula

His marathon debut followed in 2011 with a run at the Amsterdam Marathon, where his finishing time of 2:13:15 hours was enough for 17th place.

Ezekiel Kiptoo Chebii

He served as pacemaker for the Amsterdam Marathon (which resulted in a course record),

Peninah Arusei

At the Amsterdam Marathon, she was among the mid-race leaders but yet again fell behind in the second half, ending the race in sixth place.

Luis Enrique (footballer)

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He took part in the 2005 edition of the New York City Marathon, finished the Amsterdam Marathon in 2006, the Firenze Marathon in 2007 and the Marathon des Sables in 2008, while also entering and finishing Frankfurt Ironman in 2007.

Nicholas Manza Kamakya

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He improved his personal best time to 2:06:34 hours at the 2011 Amsterdam Marathon, finishing in fourth place.

Henry Sugut

In October he competed at the Amsterdam Marathon, but was again further down the order at the faster race, placing ninth.

Jonathan Kosgei Kipkorir

Jonathan Kosgei
At the Amsterdam Marathon in October he secured his first sub-2:10 time and was fourth behind Robert Cheboror in a time of 2:09:22.

Running to the Limits

However, after several months of slow recovery, he begins again, completing both the Wokingham Half Marathon and the Amsterdam Half Marathon, finishing the latter in 1:13:46, restoring his confidence.