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INTERNATIONAL SUCCESS: Japan's Masataka Uchino became only the second overseas runner to win the Rotorua Marathon on Saturday.
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040514sp2 Sally Gibbs, left, and Jess Ruthe
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FAST FINISH: Rotorua marathon women's winner Sally Gibbs streaks home effortlessly to take the major honours.
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Masataka Uchino, left, and Phil Costley
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STARTERS: Thousands of runners and walkers make their way under the Prince's Gate Arches at Government Gardens for the start.
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DPM 05May14 - SIGNS OF SUPPORT: Levi Fifita-Lamb, 6, (from front left), and his elder brother Joshua, 13, and twin sister Keilani cheer on their fathe
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Goose Moore, left, and MARGARET GREIG
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DPM 05May14 - EXHAUSTED: Reporoa VETPlus staff Karl Weaver, Gerald Pinckney and Treena Braithwaite took part in the 50th Rotorua Marathon
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Samanatha Foote and Brent Foote
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Helen Hardwick, left, and Katy Te Amo
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HILARY BAYNES (yellow) and HUGO BAYNES(behind)
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