ATHLETICS NEWS - Kenyans finished in the first 17 spots of the men's Singapore marathon – with winner Joshua Kipkorir completing the race about half an hour quicker than the fastest non-Kenyan.
Kipkorir – 24, and competing in the Singapore marathon for the first time – finished Sunday's race in two hours, 12 minutes and 20 seconds, the second-fastest time in the event's history, according to organisers.
Felix Kirwa was second, a minute behind Kipkorir, while Andrew Kimtai was third.
The fastest non-Kenyan was Singaporean runner Soh Rui Yong, lagging far behind the winner, with a time of two hours, 41 minutes and 49 seconds.
Kenyan runners also dominated the women's event, bagging the top five spots.
Around 13 000 people took part in the 42-kilometre (26-mile) race.