This past Friday, around 30,000 people across prisms of religion, nationality, age and thought gathered in a remarkable common mindset of accord and unanimity for the Jerusalem Marathon.
The winner of the full marathon was Kenyan runner Ronald Kimeli Kurgat, posting a time of two hours, eighteen minutes and forty seven seconds (2:18:47).
“If you are a Christian and a runner, Jerusalem is the most powerful and impressive place to run,” said Jonathan Feldstein, president of a new nonprofit organization, Genesis 123.
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Beatie Deutsch finishes 2018 Jerusalem Marathon in an impressive 3:09 – and in a skirt
Around 4,000 runners from across the world took part in the day’s many races, with more than 35,000 people in all participating in the different events.
1,500 runners from Israel and other countries participated in the race for team Shalva.