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Dam tot Damloop (Dam to Dam Run in English) is an annual road running competition held in North Holland in the Netherlands.
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Hellen Kimaiyo

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In the first five years of its running, Beurskens became a three-time winner of the race – an achievement since matched by Heléna Barócsi, Hellen Kimaiyo, Tegla Loroupe and Lornah Kiplagat.
She won the Peachtree Road Race three times a row (1996–1998) and Dam tot Damloop four times a row (1992–1995).

John Nzau Mwangangi

John Mwangangi
He has won a number of high-profile European road races, including the Dam tot Damloop, 20 Kilomètres de Paris, Greifenseelauf, the Valencia Half Marathon and the Valencia Marathon.

Sammy Kitwara

In 2008 he took to the European road running circuit and won at the 20 Kilomètres de Paris, Dam tot Damloop and Singelloop Utrecht races.

Peninah Arusei

Arusei has won races on the European road circuit, including the Dam tot Damloop, Berlin Half Marathon and Lisbon Half Marathon.

Amsterdam

AmsterdamAmsterdam, NetherlandsAmsterdam, The Netherlands
It is a Silver Label 10-mile race from Amsterdam to Zaandam.
The city holds the Dam to Dam Run, a 16 km race from Amsterdam to Zaandam, as well as the Amsterdam Marathon.

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It is a Silver Label 10-mile race from Amsterdam to Zaandam.

Moses Ndiema Masai

Moses Masai
He signed up for the Dam tot Damloop in September 2010 and was a close runner-up to John Mwangangi, finishing a second behind his compatriot.

Francis Kibiwott Larabal

Francis Kibiwott
He won the 2003 Dam tot Damloop held between Amsterdam and Zaandam, finished in second position in 2004, then won his second title in 2005.

Lornah Kiplagat

Lornah Kiplagat
In the first five years of its running, Beurskens became a three-time winner of the race – an achievement since matched by Heléna Barócsi, Hellen Kimaiyo, Tegla Loroupe and Lornah Kiplagat.
In the 5 km road race she ran the distance in 14:47, while she lowered her own record in the 10 miles of 50.54 by two seconds to 50.50 during the 2006 Dam tot Damloop, which she also won in 2002.

Hilda Kibet

She won the Dam tot Damloop in September 2010, running the fastest 10-mile time of the season (51:30), and beating her aunt Lornah Kiplagat.

Priscah Jepleting Cherono

Priscah JepletingPriscah Cherono
The following month she won the Dam tot Damloop with a world-leading time of 51:57 minutes for the 10-mile distance.

Zersenay Tadese

Zersenay Tadese
Preparing for the road championships that year, he ran the 10-mile Dam tot Damloop race in September and won in 45:51 (the world's fastest that season), finishing some distance ahead of runners up Bernard Kipyego and James Rotich.

Sylvia Jebiwott Kibet

Sylvia KibetSylvia Jebiwott Kibet
In her 10-mile debut in September, she won the Dam tot Damloop in a time of 51:42 minutes.

William Kipsang

William Kipsang
He has previously won the Amsterdam Marathon (2003), the Egmond Half Marathon (2004) and the Dam tot Damloop 10 mile race (2005).

Leonard Komon

Leonard KomonLeonard Patrick Komon
Leonard Patrick Komon is the current men's course record holder with his time of 44:27 minutes in 2011 (the second fastest ever for the distance).
He was injured for much of 2012 but returned to action in September with a run of 27:01.58 minutes for fifth in the Memorial Van Damme 10,000 m. He won the Dam tot Damloop for a second year running, but was slower than his previous outing, leading him to question his performance.

Vincent Rousseau

Among his other wins on the circuit were the Dam tot Damloop in 1987, Eurocross in 1990, and the 20 km of Brussels in 1995.

Joyce Chepkirui

A poor showing of 33:01 minutes for eighth came at the Ottawa 10K a month later, but she had a string of victories in the second half of the year, winning the Beach to Beacon 10K, Falmouth Road Race, Dam tot Damloop, Singelloop Utrecht and the Grand 10 Berlin.

Joseph Keino

He won the 1991 Dam tot Damloop 10-miler and his time of 46:05 minutes for the distance was the fastest by any athlete in the world that year.

Dave Long (runner)

Dave LongDavid Long
On the circuit, he won the 20 km of Brussels in 1992 – being the first Briton to do so. He was also the 1989 winner of the Dam tot Damloop and the 1990 winner of the Granollers Half Marathon.

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