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March 08, As at Lake Biwa up the road a ways, this was it for any Japanese women who wanted to make the Olympic marathon team and be one of the three to hopefully line up in Sapporo this summer. Like last week's Tokyo Marathon cut down from a mass-participation event to an elite-only race as a measure against the novel coronavirus, the Nagoya Women's Marathon had clear criteria to make the Olympic team: be the first Japanese woman across the finish line, and do it under the that Mizuki Matsuda ran to win January's Osaka International Women's Marathon. Right after she won Matsuda said, "There's nobody else in the country who can beat that time. That burned off most of the field, including four-time Olympian Kayoko Fukushi Wacoal , doubling back from a DNF in Osaka to try to make a fifth team, four of the invited Kenyans, and defending champion Namibian record holder Helalia Johannes. Running her fourth marathon since making her debut in Tokyo a year and a week ago and having taken the MGC Olympic trials race out at national record pace before fading to 6th, Ichiyama was impatient to go by 29 km, pulling up to the front and pushing the pacers to a for their 30th and final km. And then it was show time. That fast km before the pacers left dropped Ando and strung the pack out.
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March 08, Japan's Olympic marathon selection wrapped up in cold, rainy and windy conditions at simultaneous races at Lake Biwa and in Nagoya. The men at the Lake Biwa Mainichi Marathon had to break the week-old national record set by Suguru Osako in Tokyo to replace him on the team, a pretty tough ask in any case but even more so given the conditions. After a starting gun malfunction delayed the start 10 minutes, virtually unheard-of in Japan, the pacers and a lead pack of nearly 50 gave it a go, slow through the first 5 km as they warmed back up but getting onto track for a sub before too much time went by. After 20 km it drifted back toward a race, but even at that speed most of the Japanese favorites dropped away, leaving a relatively inexperienced domestic crew up against an international quintet when the last pacers stepped off at 30 km. At 35 km Chebet laid down another surge that ended up being the one that broke the race apart, running unchallenged through the rain back to the stadium to break the tape in Mokoka was next in , with Kiprotich holding Sakuda off for 3rd to