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LIVE: Kiprotich at London Marathon
Publish Date: Apr 13, 2014
LIVE: Kiprotich at London Marathon
(L-R) Ugandas Stephen Kiprotich, Kenyas Mutain, Ethiopias Kebede, Kenyas Mutai, Ethiopias Jeilan and Mekonnen pose for photographers near Tower Bridge in central London. PHOTO BY AFP
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By James Bakama

Can Uganda's Stephen Kiprotich reproduce the form that had him rising to Olympic and World Championship glory?
 
Coach Benjamin Longiros believes Kiprotich has a great chance of bagging the $55,000 top prize today.
 
Follow the action with a LIVE feed from twitter below via hashtag #Kiprotich
 

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