Japan alone has 10 men entered with personal bests of sub-2:10
The 26-year-old broke the European men’s marathon record at the Fukuoka International Open Marathon Championship
Watch race highlights of Reid Coolsaet’s 2:10:55 performance, tied for fourth all-time among Canadians, at the Fukuoka International Marathon on Sunday.
Could the national men’s marathon record be in jeopardy Sunday? Canada’s Reid Coolsaet, the country’s second fastest ever over the distance, will be running the Fukuoka Marathon in Japan. (Photo: Canada Running Series.)
A massive sinkhole formed on Tuesday in southwestern Japan less than 300 metres away from the Fukuoka International Marathon course.
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Dylan Wykes, a Canadian Olympic hopeful, will be running the Fukuoka Marathon aiming to break the 2:12:50 barrier.
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The Jerome Drayton’s 39-year-old Canadian marathon record will see 2014. Reid Coolaset came close to breaking Drayton’s 2:10:09 mark on Sunday in Japan at the Fukuoka Marathon. He was well under 2:10 pace at […]
November 30th, 2013 by Scott Leitch | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »
One of Canada’s top marathoners, Reid Coolsaet, is set to race the Fukuoka marathon on Sunday, Dec. 1. Coolsaet, a Hamilton, Ont. runner, has been in Japan for nearly two weeks after arriving with […]