From The Enda Community
Old is Gold but New is diamond...@perfectlydopey took her oldies out for a spin and this is what she had to say “Trying out some speed repeats in between marathons. 🙈 I brought out the old #itens which are still amazing! I love the feeling like my feet aren’t even touching the ground. I can’t wait to try out the new version 😎👟 hope to see them soon!! 🤞🏻”
From Us at Enda
Talking of the Enda Itens, last week, we launched a couple of the new Iten (PLUS extra Lapatet) colors on Pre-order. We are looking to start shipping the pre-orders your way at the end of this month.
It took some time to bring the new Itens to life and we’ve been holding our breath for this moment. Here is a video from Ralph chatting about the new Enda Itens:
The Running News
Kenya's Joyciline Jepkosgei and Sisay Lemma of Ethiopia showcased exemplary performances to win the women's and men's races in the London Marathon on Sunday. Jepkosgei, who was only running her third marathon, now becomes the seventh fastest woman ever over the distance, having won in New York in 2:22:38.
Margaret Chelimo shines in Valencia
5000m silver winner in the World Championships in Doha is back at it again. Margaret Chelimo recorded a personal best during the 10Km race in Valencia this weekend. Margaret Chelimo clocked 29:50 to win the race while Norah Jeruto came in second after timing 30:07, Sandrafelis Tuei came in third in 30:44.
Lemma Denies Kenyan London marathon Win
The London Marathon title slipped from our eyes for the second straight year as Ethiopian Sisay Lemma steadily took his win in the last seven Kilometres of the marathon to win 2.04.01. Lemma broke away from the field to finish 27 seconds ahead of Kenya's Vincent Kipchuma, who came second in the race last year.
Charlotte Purdue makes a superb comeback
Charlotte Purdue set the British women’s title in a Personal best time of 02:23:26. Charlotte kept pushing towards the final moments in the marathon to set a new PB and ultimately become the third-fastest British woman ever.