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Boston Marathon: Dennis Kimetto to leave a mark

World marathon record holder Dennis Kimetto will be making his comeback at this year’s Boston marathon.

With his record standing at 2:02.57 set during Berlin Marathon in 2014, is strategising to come out with a win on April 16th.

He dropped out of Boston marathon and Chicago marathon last year and he believes he has what it takes to redeem his winning formula.

With his comeback, Kimetto has been battling injuries, but said that he is in good shape now.

“I feel very strong now owing to the training I have had since last year and I am hopeful that I will make a comeback in Boston,” Said Kimetto.

Kimetto made his marathon debut in Berlin in September 2012. He finished second, one second behind Geoffrey Mutai, in 2:04:16, the fastest debut in history on a record-eligible course.

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