Haile Gebrselassie

Such as large, generous as none, Haile Gebrselassie, old wounded Lion, 38 years, helped yesterday in his Berlin to a young Kenyan, Patrick Makau, of 26 years, batiera his marathon world record. Preceded by a splendid group of hares to kilometer 32 and pushed by an unrepentant Gebre, who ran beyond their means, until the body told him enough at 27 km. It folded onto itself, apparent victim of upset stomach, and attempted to vomit, with little success, on a hedge. He returned to run, but 10 miles later it finally abandoned. They had spent the half marathon in 1 h 1 m 43s (the faster pace of the story, 22s less than the last record of Gebre). He finished Makau, single, clear, at 2 h 3 m 38s, 21s less than the previous record, achieved by Gebre, also in Berlin, the city in which five world records for the distance, have been beaten in 2008. Source of the news:: Gebre helps knock down your record

Greek Prime Minister Yorgos Papandreu

They conducted a telephone interview with the Hellenic Premier. Papandreou says that his Government carried out all settings. The French President, Nicolas Sarkozy, and the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, said this Wednesday who are convinced that the future of Greece is the euro area, after a telephone interview with Greek Prime Minister Yorgos Papandreu. Papandreou moved to their community partners the absolute determination of his Government to carry out all necessary measures to apply the set you signed commitments. Compliance with these measures conditioned the disbursement of future sections of the the second rescue program agreed by the eurozone on July 21 to help Greece avoid bankruptcy. In the telephone interview between the three European leaders, Sarkozy and Merkel underlined that more than ever it is essential to implement the decisions taken in July to ensure the stability of the euro area. The implementation of the commitments of the programme is indispensable so that the Greek economy can again find pathways for sustainable and balanced growth, added the statement made public by Elysee. The spokesman for the German Executive, Steffen Seibert, said in a statement that the success of Greece, will strengthen the stability of the euro zone source of the news: Sarkozy and Merkel say they are convinced that Greece will be the euro.