Michael Kosgei Rotich
Rotich finished second in the 2002 Milan Marathon. Winner Robert Kipkoech Cheruiyot, Rotich and third placed Daniele Caimmi all clocked the same time, 2:08:59 hours. The same year Rotich won the Reading Half Marathon with a time of 1:03:23.
He won Paris Marathon in 2003 setting course record and personal best of 2:06:32 hours, both still in force as of 2008. The same year he won the Paris Half Marathon. He competed at the 2003 World Championships marathon race, also held in Paris, finishing 8th.
|2002||Reading Half Marathon||Reading, UK||1st||Half marathon||1:03:23|
|Milan Marathon||Milan, Italy||2nd||Marathon||2:08:59|
|2003||Paris Half Marathon||Paris, France||1st||Half marathon||1:01:30|
|Paris Marathon||Paris, France||1st||Marathon||2:06:33|
|World Championships||Paris, France||8th||Marathon||2:10:35|
- IAAF, December 1, 2002: Okayo fights back from Big Apple disappointment to win Milan Marathon
- Reading Evening Post, 2002-03-13, pages 23–42
- Association of Athletics Managers: Federico Rosa
- IAAF, August 22, 2009: Kirui following Gebrselassie's Berlin example Archived 2009-09-26 at the Wayback Machine.
- IAAF profile for Michael Rotich (800m runner)
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