The unexpected victory of Yuki Kawauchi in the prestigious Boston marathon is not without consequence. The Japanese places next year there will be modest job as an administrative assistant down and if profatleet try.
The 31-year-old Kawauchi earn a living as a clerk at a primary school in Saitama, a city northwest of Tokyo. In april 2019, he has his last working day. “Thanks to the prize money of Boston ($150,000) can I have my chances if profatleet”, he told on arrival at the airport of Tokyo. “I hope to be able to compete with the best runners and my personal record to tighten.” That time is 2u08:14. In Boston, he won in heavy weather conditions, in 2u15:58.
Although the Japanese still amateur, he has already an entry in the Guinness World Records book after his name. No one ran more marathons under 2h20. Its counter is set at 78.
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