Haile Gebrselassie to contest Melbourne’s Great Australian Run

Here is some news for you Aussies, the great Haile Gebrselassie, who just made history by slipping under 2:04 in the Berlin Marathon, will compete in Melbourne’s Great Australian Run on November 30th.

Starting in Albert Park the course will cover 15kms on Melbourne City roads, visiting some of it’s most famous landmarks, before returning to Albert Park for the finish. The event is to be televised internationally, so will be witnessed by millions around the globe being shown as part of the existing ‘Great Run’ series of programs.

The legendary endurance king will take on Australia’s Craig Mottram over the 15km event. The Ethiopian clocked 2:03:59 to win his third straight Berlin Marathon yesterday, beating the mark of 2:04:26 he set over the same flat course last year.

He also became the first runner to win the race three times.

Follow the link for full details on the the Great Australian Run.

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Haile Gebrselassie to contest Melbourne’s Great Australian Run

Here is some news for you Aussies, the great Haile Gebrselassie, who just made history by slipping under 2:04 in the Berlin Marathon, will compete in Melbourne’s Great Australian Run on November 30th.

Starting in Albert Park the course will cover 15kms on Melbourne City roads, visiting some of it’s most famous landmarks, before returning to Albert Park for the finish. The event is to be televised internationally, so will be witnessed by millions around the globe being shown as part of the existing ‘Great Run’ series of programs.

The legendary endurance king will take on Australia’s Craig Mottram over the 15km event. The Ethiopian clocked 2:03:59 to win his third straight Berlin Marathon yesterday, beating the mark of 2:04:26 he set over the same flat course last year.

He also became the first runner to win the race three times.

Follow the link for full details on the the Great Australian Run.

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Haile Gebrselassie to contest Melbourne’s Great Australian Run

Here is some news for you Aussies, the great Haile Gebrselassie, who just made history by slipping under 2:04 in the Berlin Marathon, will compete in Melbourne’s Great Australian Run on November 30th.

Starting in Albert Park the course will cover 15kms on Melbourne City roads, visiting some of it’s most famous landmarks, before returning to Albert Park for the finish. The event is to be televised internationally, so will be witnessed by millions around the globe being shown as part of the existing ‘Great Run’ series of programs.

The legendary endurance king will take on Australia’s Craig Mottram over the 15km event. The Ethiopian clocked 2:03:59 to win his third straight Berlin Marathon yesterday, beating the mark of 2:04:26 he set over the same flat course last year.

He also became the first runner to win the race three times.

Follow the link for full details on the the Great Australian Run.

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Haile Gebrselassie to contest Melbourne’s Great Australian Run

Here is some news for you Aussies, the great Haile Gebrselassie, who just made history by slipping under 2:04 in the Berlin Marathon, will compete in Melbourne’s Great Australian Run on November 30th.

Starting in Albert Park the course will cover 15kms on Melbourne City roads, visiting some of it’s most famous landmarks, before returning to Albert Park for the finish. The event is to be televised internationally, so will be witnessed by millions around the globe being shown as part of the existing ‘Great Run’ series of programs.

The legendary endurance king will take on Australia’s Craig Mottram over the 15km event. The Ethiopian clocked 2:03:59 to win his third straight Berlin Marathon yesterday, beating the mark of 2:04:26 he set over the same flat course last year.

He also became the first runner to win the race three times.

Follow the link for full details on the the Great Australian Run.

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Haile Gebrselassie to contest Melbourne’s Great Australian Run

Here is some news for you Aussies, the great Haile Gebrselassie, who just made history by slipping under 2:04 in the Berlin Marathon, will compete in Melbourne’s Great Australian Run on November 30th.

Starting in Albert Park the course will cover 15kms on Melbourne City roads, visiting some of it’s most famous landmarks, before returning to Albert Park for the finish. The event is to be televised internationally, so will be witnessed by millions around the globe being shown as part of the existing ‘Great Run’ series of programs.

The legendary endurance king will take on Australia’s Craig Mottram over the 15km event. The Ethiopian clocked 2:03:59 to win his third straight Berlin Marathon yesterday, beating the mark of 2:04:26 he set over the same flat course last year.

He also became the first runner to win the race three times.

Follow the link for full details on the the Great Australian Run.

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Haile Gebrselassie to contest Melbourne’s Great Australian Run

Here is some news for you Aussies, the great Haile Gebrselassie, who just made history by slipping under 2:04 in the Berlin Marathon, will compete in Melbourne’s Great Australian Run on November 30th.

Starting in Albert Park the course will cover 15kms on Melbourne City roads, visiting some of it’s most famous landmarks, before returning to Albert Park for the finish. The event is to be televised internationally, so will be witnessed by millions around the globe being shown as part of the existing ‘Great Run’ series of programs.

The legendary endurance king will take on Australia’s Craig Mottram over the 15km event. The Ethiopian clocked 2:03:59 to win his third straight Berlin Marathon yesterday, beating the mark of 2:04:26 he set over the same flat course last year.

He also became the first runner to win the race three times.

Follow the link for full details on the the Great Australian Run.

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Haile Gebrselassie to contest Melbourne’s Great Australian Run

Here is some news for you Aussies, the great Haile Gebrselassie, who just made history by slipping under 2:04 in the Berlin Marathon, will compete in Melbourne’s Great Australian Run on November 30th.

Starting in Albert Park the course will cover 15kms on Melbourne City roads, visiting some of it’s most famous landmarks, before returning to Albert Park for the finish. The event is to be televised internationally, so will be witnessed by millions around the globe being shown as part of the existing ‘Great Run’ series of programs.

The legendary endurance king will take on Australia’s Craig Mottram over the 15km event. The Ethiopian clocked 2:03:59 to win his third straight Berlin Marathon yesterday, beating the mark of 2:04:26 he set over the same flat course last year.

He also became the first runner to win the race three times.

Follow the link for full details on the the Great Australian Run.

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Haile Gebrselassie to contest Melbourne’s Great Australian Run

Here is some news for you Aussies, the great Haile Gebrselassie, who just made history by slipping under 2:04 in the Berlin Marathon, will compete in Melbourne’s Great Australian Run on November 30th.

Starting in Albert Park the course will cover 15kms on Melbourne City roads, visiting some of it’s most famous landmarks, before returning to Albert Park for the finish. The event is to be televised internationally, so will be witnessed by millions around the globe being shown as part of the existing ‘Great Run’ series of programs.

The legendary endurance king will take on Australia’s Craig Mottram over the 15km event. The Ethiopian clocked 2:03:59 to win his third straight Berlin Marathon yesterday, beating the mark of 2:04:26 he set over the same flat course last year.

He also became the first runner to win the race three times.

Follow the link for full details on the the Great Australian Run.

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