The Jepchirchir Prize once again today (Saturday) broke its half marathon record (21.1 km) at the World Championships in Poland. Women only.
The Israeli runner, Luna Chamtai Salpter, finished in 12th place and equaled the record achievement of an Israeli athlete in a world championship in a half marathon. Chamtai, who did not yet want this distance in the sub-frame, aimed for tenth place but settled for 12th place with a time of 1: 08.31 hours.
Maor Tiori finished in 53rd place with a result of 1: 12.27 hours, a result which is for Maor a new personal record, an improvement of 2 minutes and 27 seconds from the previous record of 1: 14.54 hours.
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