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OLYMPICS-ATHLETICS/
RTR21674
August 15, 2008
Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands gestures while draped in a flag after the women's 10,000m final of...
Beijing, China
Kiplagat of the Netherlands gestures while draped in a flag after the women's 10,000m final at the Beijing...
Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands gestures while draped in a flag after the women's 10,000m final of the athletics competition at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games in the National Stadium, August 15, 2008. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-ATHLETICS/
RTR2165K
August 15, 2008
Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands leads the pack during the women's 10,000m final of the athletics competition...
Beijing, China
Kiplagat of the Netherlands leads the pack during the women's 10,000m final at the Beijing 2008 Olympic...
Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands leads the pack during the women's 10,000m final of the athletics competition at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games in the National Stadium, August 15, 2008. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn (CHINA)
ATHLETICS-EUROPE/
RTR1ZEUX
April 12, 2008
Turkey's Elvan Abeylegesse (L) and Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands compete in the European Cup 10,000...
Istanbul, Turkey
Turkey's Abeylegesse and Kiplagat of the Netherlands compete in the European Cup 10,000 metre Women's...
Turkey's Elvan Abeylegesse (L) and Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands compete in the European Cup 10,000 metre Women's run in Istanbul April 12, 2008. Abeylegesse won the race as Kiplagat finished second. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas (TURKEY)
ATHLETICS-EUROPE/
RTR1ZER2
April 12, 2008
Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands reacts after winning second place during the European Cup 10,000 metre...
Istanbul, Turkey
Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands reacts after winning second place during the European Cup 10,000 metre...
Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands reacts after winning second place during the European Cup 10,000 metre run in Istanbul April 12, 2008. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas (TURKEY)
ATHELTICS-LONDON/MARATHON
RTR1OWVG
April 22, 2007
China's Zhou Chunxiu (R) competes with Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands (C) and Ethiopia's Gete Wami...
London, United Kingdom
China's Zhou Chunxiu competes with Kiplagat of Netherlands and Ethiopia's Wami on her way to win the...
China's Zhou Chunxiu (R) competes with Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands (C) and Ethiopia's Gete Wami on her way to win the 2007 women's elite race at the London Marathon April 22, 2007. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
ATHELTICS-LONDON/MARATHON
RTR1OWV6
April 22, 2007
China's Zhou Chunxiu (R) competes with Lornah Kiplagat of Netherlands (C) and Ethiopia's Gete Wami on...
London, United Kingdom
China's Zhou Chunxiu competes with Kiplagat of Netherlands and Ethiopia's Wami on her way to win the...
China's Zhou Chunxiu (R) competes with Lornah Kiplagat of Netherlands (C) and Ethiopia's Gete Wami on her way to win the 2007 women's elite race at the London Marathon April 22, 2007. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/
RTR1ORFT
April 18, 2007
(L-R) Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands, Ethiopia's Gete Wami, Romania's Constantina Tomescu-Dita, Australia's...
London, United Kingdom
International female runners pose during a photocall near Tower Bridge in central London
(L-R) Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands, Ethiopia's Gete Wami, Romania's Constantina Tomescu-Dita, Australia's Benita Johnson, Japan's Kiyoko Shimahara, China's Zhou Chunxiu and Ethiopia's Berhane Adere pose for photographers at a photocall near Tower Bridge in central London April 18, 2007. All will run in this year's London Marathon on April 22. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
KENYA
RTR1NVDM
March 24, 2007
Netherland's Lornah Kiplagat leads the pack during the 8km race of the 35th IAAF World Cross Country...
Mombasa, Kenya
Netherlands' Kiplagat leads pack during 8km race of 35th IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Mombasa...
Netherland's Lornah Kiplagat leads the pack during the 8km race of the 35th IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Mombasa, 500 km (311 miles) from Kenya's capital Nairobi, March 24, 2007. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
KENYA
RTR1NVDC
March 24, 2007
Netherlands' Lornah Kiplagat runs to win the 8km race during the 35th IAAF World Cross Country Championships...
Mombasa, Kenya
Netherlands' Kiplagat runs to win the 8km race during IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Mombasa...
Netherlands' Lornah Kiplagat runs to win the 8km race during the 35th IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Mombasa March 24, 2007.REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
HUNGARY
RTR1I4MW
October 08, 2006
Constantina Tomescu (L) of Romania, Lornah Kiplagat (C) of the Netherlands and Rita Sitienei Jeptoo of...
Debrecen, Hungary
Tomescu of Romania, Kiplagat of the Netherlands and Jeptoo of Kenya compete in Debrecen
Constantina Tomescu (L) of Romania, Lornah Kiplagat (C) of the Netherlands and Rita Sitienei Jeptoo of Kenya compete at the 1st IAAF World Road Running Championships in Debrecen, 240 km (150 miles) east from Budapest, October 8, 2006. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY)
HUNGARY
RTR1I4LS
October 08, 2006
Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands celebrates her victory at the 1st IAAF World Road Running Championships...
Debrecen, Hungary
Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands celebrates her victory in Debrecen
Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands celebrates her victory at the 1st IAAF World Road Running Championships in Debrecen, 240 km (150 miles) east from Budapest, October 8, 2006. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY)
HUNGARY
RTR1I4LO
October 08, 2006
Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands crosses the finish line as she wins the 1st IAAF World Road Running...
Debrecen, Hungary
Kiplagat of the Netherlands crosses the finish line as she wins the 1st IAAF World Road Running Championships...
Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands crosses the finish line as she wins the 1st IAAF World Road Running Championships in Debrecen, 240 km (150 miles) east from Budapest, October 8, 2006. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY)
HUNGARY
RTR1I4LL
October 08, 2006
Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands crosses the finish line as she wins the 1st IAAF World Road Running...
Debrecen, Hungary
Kiplagat of the Netherlands crosses the finish line as she wins the 1st IAAF World Road Running Championships...
Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands crosses the finish line as she wins the 1st IAAF World Road Running Championships in Debrecen, 240 km (150 miles) east from Budapest, October 8, 2006. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY)
SPORT CROSS COUNTRY
RTR1C3YH
April 02, 2006
Ethiopian Tirunesh Dibaba (76), who won the eight-kilometre race on Saturday, races with compatriot Gelete...
Fukuoka, Japan
Ethiopian Tirunesh Dibaba and compatriot Gelete Burika Bati in women's four-kilometre race of IAAF World...
Ethiopian Tirunesh Dibaba (76), who won the eight-kilometre race on Saturday, races with compatriot Gelete Burika Bati (73) and Lornah Kiplagat (181) of the Netherlands during the women's four-kilometre race of the 34th IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Fukuoka, southwestern Japan April 2, 2006. Dibaba retired the race and Bati clocked 12 minutes 51 seconds to win the race on Sunday. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama
SPORT CROSS COUNTRY
RTR1C3Y3
April 02, 2006
Gelete Burika Bati (C) of Ethiopia crosses the finish line to win the women's four-kilometre race of...
Fukuoka, Japan
Bati of Ethiopia wins women's four-kilometre race in Fukuoka
Gelete Burika Bati (C) of Ethiopia crosses the finish line to win the women's four-kilometre race of the 34th IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Fukuoka, southwestern Japan April 2, 2006. Bati clocked 12 minutes 51 seconds to win the race. Australian Benita Johnson (L) placed fourth while Lornah Kiplagat from the Netherlands (2nd L) finished fifth. Silver medallist Priscah Jepleting (2nd R) of Kenya is right behind Bati while Meselech Melkamu (R) from Ethiopia took the bronze. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama
SPORT CROSS COUNTRY
RTR1C3XF
April 02, 2006
Gelete Burika Bati (C) of Ethiopia crosses the finish line to win the women's four-kilometre race of...
Fukuoka, Japan
Bati of Ethiopia wins women's four-kilometre race in Fukuoka
Gelete Burika Bati (C) of Ethiopia crosses the finish line to win the women's four-kilometre race of the 34th IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Fukuoka, southwestern Japan April 2, 2006. Bati clocked 12 minutes 51 seconds to win the race. Australian Benita Johnson (L) placed fourth while Lornah Kiplagat from the Netherlands (2nd L) finished fifth. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama
SPORT CROSS COUNTRY
RTR1C2UL
April 01, 2006
Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands bites her silver medal after the women's eight-kilometre race of the...
Fukuoka, Japan
Kiplagat of the Netherlands bites her silver medal in Fukuoka
Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands bites her silver medal after the women's eight-kilometre race of the 34th IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Fukuoka, southwestern Japan April 1, 2006. Kiplagat placed second in 25 minutes 26 seconds. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama
SPORT CROSS COUNTRY
RTR1C2U5
April 01, 2006
Winner Tirunesh Dibaba (76) of Ethiopia chases silver medallist Lornah Kiplagat (181) of the Netherlands...
Fukuoka, Japan
Winner Dibaba of Ethiopia chases silver medallist Kiplagat of the Netherlands during race in Fukuoka
Winner Tirunesh Dibaba (76) of Ethiopia chases silver medallist Lornah Kiplagat (181) of the Netherlands in the last lap of the women's eight-kilometre race of the 34th IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Fukuoka, southwestern Japan April 1, 2006. Dibaba won the race in 25 minutes 21 seconds and Kiplagat finished second. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama
SPORT CROSS COUNTRY
RTR1C2SM
April 01, 2006
Winner Tirunesh Dibaba (C) of Ethiopia shows off her gold medal with silver medallist Lornah Kiplagat...
Fukuoka, Japan
Winner Dibaba of Ethiopia shows off her gold medal with other medallists in Fukuoka
Winner Tirunesh Dibaba (C) of Ethiopia shows off her gold medal with silver medallist Lornah Kiplagat (L) of the Netherlands and bronze medallist Meselech Melkamu (R) of Ethiopia after winning the women's eight-kilometre race of the 34th IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Fukuoka, southwestern Japan April 1, 2006. Dibaba won the race in 25 minutes 21 seconds. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama
SPORT MARATHON
RTRT8X3
April 10, 2005
Kiplagat of the Netherlands runs with pacemakers Kosgei of Kenya and Jones of Britain during the Fortis...
Rotterdam, Netherlands
Kiplagat of the Netherlands runs with pacemakers Kosgei of Kenya and Jones of Britain during ...
Kiplagat of the Netherlands runs with pacemakers Kosgei of Kenya and Jones of Britain during the Fortis Rotterdam Marathon. Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands (C) runs with pacemakers Isaiah Kosgei of Kenya (L) and Ernest Jones of Britain during the Fortis Rotterdam Marathon April10, 2005. Kiplagat won the women's race in 2:27:35 hours. REUTERS/Michael Kooren
OLYMPICS ATHLETICS
RTRWVRE
August 27, 2004
Britain's Paula Radcliffe (R) runs in front of Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands (L) and China's Sun...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Britain's Paula Radcliffe runs during the women's 10,000 metres final at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games....
Britain's Paula Radcliffe (R) runs in front of Lornah Kiplagat of the Netherlands (L) and China's Sun Yingjie during the women's 10,000 metres final at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 27, 2004. Radcliffe later retired from the race. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez CP/AA
SPORT ATHLETICS
RTR13O33
April 01, 2001
Kenyans Lornah Kiplagat (L) Susan Chepkemei (C) and Ethiopian Derartu Tulu (R) winners of the 11th half...
Lisbon, Portugal
KIPLAGAT, CHEPKEMEI AND TULU WINNERS OF THE 11 HALF MARATHON STAND ON THE PODIUM IN LISBON.
Kenyans Lornah Kiplagat (L) Susan Chepkemei (C) and Ethiopian Derartu Tulu (R) winners of the 11th half marathon in Lisbon April 1, 2001. Chepkemei finished first setting a new World record in one hour 05.44 minutes.

LO
RTRCOBZ
March 29, 1998
Lornah Kiplagat of Kenya grimaces in pain, as she is tended to after she crossed the finish line of the...
multiple countries
KIPLAGAT WINS WOMEN'S LOS ANGELES MARATHON
Lornah Kiplagat of Kenya grimaces in pain, as she is tended to after she crossed the finish line of the 13th annual Los Angeles Marathon March 29, winning the women's category of the event for the second straight year. Kiplagat completed the 26.2 mile course in two hours, 34 minutes and 2 seconds.

SPORT MARATHON
RTRCO9M
March 29, 1998
Lornah Kiplagat of Kenya crosses the finish line of the 13th annual Los Angeles Marathon, winning tor...
multiple countries
KIPLAGAT WINS WOMEN'S LOS ANGELES MARATHON
Lornah Kiplagat of Kenya crosses the finish line of the 13th annual Los Angeles Marathon, winning tor the second straight year Mach 29. Kiplagat completed the 26.2 mile course in two hours, 34 minutes and 2 seconds.

SPORT MARATHON
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