Nov 18, -- Cuban runner Yailén García outperformed over three thousand competitors from 35 nations and won this Sunday the Thirty Eighth edition of the Annual Marhabana Race in the Cuban capital.
Garcia broke the end-line tape after three hours and 28 seconds in which she covered the 42 kilometer and 195 meter-long circuit.
This was her third first place win at the Marhabanas. Besides last year’s, she also won the 2010 race.
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