Kenya’s Stephen Sambu made history at the New Balance Falmouth 10k Road race when he won his fourth consecutive race that was held on Sunday (20) in Falmouth, United States.
Sambu had to battle for honors with the stubborn fellow country-mate Leonard Kipkorir who held on till on the tape for both to cross the line in 32:14 but Sambu given micro-seconds advantage ahead of Korir.
Four miles onward the race was the between the battle of the minds and legs between Sambu and Korir leavind Abdi Abdirahman and early front runner Luis Vergas both from the United States.
Sambu made history as he topped Bill Rodgers, John Korir and Gilbert Okari each of whom have three titles.
Vergas took fourth place and Abdirahman was fifth both with 32:53 and 33:04 respectively.