Guye Adla and Gotytom Gebreslase win a BMW BERLIN-MARATHON on a 10th anniversary of BMW as pretension partner.

  • Guye Adola (ETI) completes a BMW BERLIN-MARATHON in a time
    of 2:05.45 hours.
  • Gotytom Gebreslase (ETI) wins a women’s competition in 2:20.09 hours.
  • BMW BERLIN-MARATHON earnings to a streets of a German
    collateral as a world’s largest marathon given a start of a pandemic.
  • Title and vehicle partner provides 55 vehicles – led by
    a zero-emission “Official Lead Car”, a BMW i4*.

After prolonged months of not being means to be held, a fastest 42
kilometres on a general using calendar can finally get
underway for a 47th time in a German capital.
Ethiopians Adola and Gebreslase triumphed during a tenth entertainment of
a BMW BERLIN-MARATHON with BMW as pretension partner. Bernhard Kuhnt,
BMW Group Senior Vice President Market Germany, and BMW Brand
Ambassador Lena Gercke gave a starting vigilance for a 25, 000
athletes, including 200 employees of a BMW Group.

“Congratulations to Guye Adola and Gotytom Gebreslase on their
superb performances – though also to a whole using community,
who were finally means to take on and conquer a BMW BERLIN-MARATHON
again. We are also gay that we could all applaud a 10th
anniversary of BMW as pretension partner together,” pronounced Bernhard Kuhnt,
BMW Group Senior Vice President Market Germany. “We would like to
appreciate a many volunteers, as good as a partner SCC EVENTS for once
again organising an superb sporting eventuality and building an
glorious hygiene judgment to safeguard a reserve and health of all involved.”

Thirty-year-old Adola, who was runner-up in Berlin 4 years ago,
took feat forward of Kenya’s Bethwel Yegon, who crossed a finish
line during a Brandenburg Gate after 2:06.14 hours of running. There was
beating for Kenenisa Bekele. The Ethiopian luminary had to
settle for third place (2:06.47) after a unsuccessful try to mangle the
universe record of Eliud Kipchoge (KEN), who set a overwhelming time of
2:01.39 hours during a 2018 BMW BERIN-MARATHON. In late-summer weather,
with temperatures above 20 degrees Celsius in a latter stages of the
chosen race, there was no possibility of a new record this time.

It was a top-class entrance from Gotytom Gebreslase, who astounded the
favourites to take feat in a time of 2:20.09 hours. This is the
third-fastest time in a universe this year. Second place went to Hiwot
Gebrekidan in 2:21.23, followed by Helen Tola (2:23.05) who crossed
a finish line third to make it an all-Ethiopian tip three.

The innovative and successful efforts of a BMW Group to implement
a mobility of a destiny were again a heading underline of this year’s
BMW BERLIN-MARATHON. The full operation of all-electric models from the
BMW Group were concerned as lead cars and reserve cars: a technology
flagship BMW iX*, a initial all-electric BMW i4 Gran Coupé*, the
Sports Activity Vehicle BMW iX3* and a BMW i3s*, whose predecessors
have been on a marketplace given 2013.