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Commonwealth Games: How Kiplangat Won Uganda’s First Ever Marathon Gold Medal

Commonwealth Games: How Kiplangat Won Uganda’s First Ever Marathon Gold Medal

BIRMINGHAM, England – Victor Kiplangat made a wrong turn about a mile from the finish line but still managed to give Uganda its first-ever Commonwealth Games marathon gold medal on Saturday in Birmingham.

The 22-year-old barely put a foot wrong until his moment of confusion, but he regrouped and finished in 2hr 10min 55sec, a broad grin on his face.

“The motorcycle riders were confusing me,” he explained. “They told me to turn around. “However, I made it to the end.”

Kiplangat, who was not selected for Uganda’s team at the recent world championships in Eugene, Oregon, was overjoyed with his victory.

“I believe I will be a great man like [Uganda’s] Joshua Cheptegei and [Kenya’s] Eliud Kipchoge,” he declared.

Cheptegei is the Olympic 5,000m champion and a two-time world 10,000m champion, while Kipchoge is a double Olympic marathon champion.

“We’ll keep breaking records,” he promised. “Everything is possible as long as we are healthy.” I’m still young and still growing. “I believe I can do better.”

Michael Githae of Kenya took bronze, finishing more than two minutes behind the winner.

Githae, who won the last-ever Fukuoka Marathon in December last year, was overjoyed because he had been called up late to the team.

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