David Tsebe

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Kagiso (David) Tsebe (born 9 November 1966) is a retired marathon runner from South Africa. He won the 1992 edition of the Berlin Marathon on 27 September 1992, clocking 2:08:07.[1] With that time Tsebe ended up in first place in the year rankings.

Achievements[edit]

  • All results regarding marathon, unless stated otherwise
Year Competition Venue Position Notes
Representing  South Africa
1988 South African Athletics Championships Cape Town, South Africa 2nd 2:12:14
Port Elizabeth Marathon Port Elizabeth, South Africa 1st 2:14:06
Honolulu Marathon Honolulu, United States 2nd 2:15:12
1989 South African Athletics Championships Port Elizabeth, South Africa 2nd 2:13:42
Port Elizabeth Marathon Port Elizabeth, South Africa 1st 2:10:48
Durban Marathon Durban, South Africa 1st 2:10:47
1990 South African Athletics Championships Port Elizabeth, South Africa 1st 2:09:50
Ford Marathon Port Elizabeth, South Africa 1st 2:12:14
Durban Marathon Durban, South Africa 1st 2:13:23
1991 Peninsula Marathon Cape Town, South Africa 1st 2:15:39
South African Athletics Championships Durban, South Africa 2nd 2:10:32
1992 South African Athletics Championships Cape Town, South Africa 7th 2:14:35
Berlin Marathon Berlin, Germany 1st 2:08:07
Honolulu Marathon Honolulu, United States 3rd 2:16:45
1993 Boston Marathon Boston, United States 23rd 2:18:15
Berlin Marathon Berlin, Germany 3rd 2:12:07

Source:Association of Road Racing Statisticians (ARRS)-Runner:David Tsebe

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2005 COMRADES MARATHON SET FOR SPECTACULAR START". SCC Events. Retrieved 26 October 2010.