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tui maratón 2009 Miquel Capo Soler ganador marathon otra ve
El ganador del maratón de Mallorca El corredor más veloz Miquel Capo Soler de Mallorca dejó atrás a todos sus rivales con una marca de 2:30:58 estableció el tercer mejor tiempo de todos los TUI´s Marathones durante los últimos 6 años. También se hizo con el Campeonato de Islas Baleares de Maratón, por primera vez celebrado en la TUI Marathon. La segunda posición la ocupó el español, Manuel Heras Martínez, con un tiempo de 2:36:25. La tercera plaza fue para Anton Wippel, de Austria (2:37:22). Entre las féminas Jessica Purbrick, australiana, fue la primera en cruzar la línea de meta. Con un tiempo de 3:05:27 dejó atrás Sandra Huberty (3:07:19) de Luxemburgo y Ines Schuster, de Alemania, (3:15:06) que ocuparon los puestos segundo y tercero, respectivamente. Miguel Capo Soller wins marathon again 10,000 euro donation for Unicef Palma de Mallorca, 18 October 2009. A record number of runners took part in the 6th International TUI Marathon Palma de Mallorca: 7,345 highly motivated runners from 56 countries started on the “most beautiful island marathon in the world“. Obviously the organiser was pleased with the 16 percent increase in comparison with the previous year. Some 1,326 entrants ventured to take part in the prestigious marathon, whereas for the half marathon the figure was 2,883. The 10-kilometre distance started with 1,514 runners and walkers, while the Unicef Kids Run proved to be a veritable magnetic attracting 1,600 children between two and twelve years old. Thousands of spectators cheered on the athletes along the course. With the impressive La Seu Cathedral as a backdrop Dr Michael Frenzel, Chief Executive of TUI AG, fired the starter’s gun for the TUI Marathon. He was obviously pleased with the positive development of the running event: “The annually increasing number of entrants and the great atmosphere on and along the route are clear indicators that we have successfully established the TUI Marathon on Mallorca. The positive feedback from runners, holidaymakers and local inhabitants shows us that we are managing to give something back to the most popular holiday destination of our customers.“ At a 15 to 20 degrees the runners and a breeze, the runners enjoyed the optimised panorama route through the old town, along the harbour and the Playa de Palma. Last years winner from Spains wins Marathon again The first man home Miguel Capo Soller from Spain left all his competitors behind. His winning time was 2:30:58. He moreover won the Balearics Championships, that for the first time took place Second was Manuel Heraz Martinez (Spain) in a time of 2:36:25, and in third place came Anton Wippel from Austria (2:37:22). In the women’s race Jessica Purbrick from Australia was the first to cross the finishing line. Her time of 3:05:27 was just better than that of Sandra Huberty from Luxembourg (3:07:19) and Ines Schuster from Germany (3:15:06), who came second and third. Miguel Capo Soller gewinnt Marathon / 10.000 Euro Spende für Unicef Palma de Mallorca, 18. Oktober 2009. Teilnehmerrekord beim 6. In-ternationalen TUI Marathon Palma de Mallorca: 7.345 begeisterte Läufer aus 56 Nationen gingen beim „schönsten Inselmarathon der Welt“ an den Start. Somit freut sich der Veranstalter über eine Zuwachsrate von 16 Prozent im Vergleich zum Vorjahr. An die „Königsdisziplin“ Marathon wagten sich 1.348 Teilnehmer, beim Halbmarathon starteten 2.883 Läufer. Über die Zehn-Kilometer-Distanz liefen und „walkten“ 1.514 Teilnehmer und beim Unicef Kids Run stürmten 1.600 Kinder im Alter von zwei bis zwölf Jahren den Rundkurs. Entlang der Strecke feuerten tausende Zuschauer die Sportler an. Dr. Michael Frenzel, Vorstandsvorsitzender der TUI AG, gab vor der imposanten Kulisse der Kathedrale „La Seu“ den Startschuss für den TUI Marathon. Er zeigte sich erfreut über die positive Entwicklung des Laufevents: „Die jährlich steigende Teilnehmerzahl und die tolle Stimmung an und auf der Strecke sind eindeutige Belege dafü
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