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John Gwako

John Gwako (born 4 September 1978) is a retired Kenyan long-distance runner.

He won the Marseille-Cassis Classique Internationale in 1997, setting a course record at the time.[1]

Achievements

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing  Kenya
1997 Lille Half Marathon Lille, France 1st Half marathon 1:01:10
Corrida de Langueux Langueux, France 1st 10 km
Marseille-Cassis Classique Internationale Marseille, France 1st Half marathon 1:00:27
1998 World Half Marathon Championships Uster, Switzerland 11th Half marathon
II Meia Maratona Internacional do Rio 1998 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 1st Half marathon 1:01:49
2000 World Half Marathon Championships Veracruz, Mexico 6th Half marathon
IV Meia Maratona Internacional do Rio 2000 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 1st Half marathon 1:01:48
2001 World Half Marathon Championships Bristol, England 13th Half marathon
2004 VIII Meia Maratona Internacional do Rio 2004 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 1st Half marathon 1:02:11

Personal bests

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