On Sunday morning, more than 45,000 athletes representing 157 nations began the 2022 Berlin Marathon.

Ethiopia's Tigist Assefa won the women's marathon in a spectacular 2:15:37,

breaking the previous track record in Berlin. While Assefa's time wasn't a global record like Eliud Kipchoge's, 

who set her debut marathon record in March at the Riyadh Marathon with a time of 2:34:01,

it was a significant personal record. Rosemary Wanjiru of Kenya came in second with a time of 2:18. 

Ethiopian Tigist Abayechew finished third in 2:18:03.

Despite running well, American Keira D'Amato was unable to break

her own marathon record in Berlin. In 2:21:28, she came in sixth place overall.

2022, Berlin Marathon Men's Top 3

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