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There may have been four world le at the IAAF Diamond League meeting in Oslo on Wednesday 11but if there was one record on the night that delighted the Norwegian fans who packed the famous stands at the ExxonMobil Bislett Games the most, it was in the Dream Mile.
The m had been billed as a sure-fire sub race and a chance for Galen Rupp to have a crack at his fourth North American record of the year. A winning time of about had been the target, but in the end the statisticians had to be satisfied with a world-leading performance as Alamirew delighted the small band of Ethiopian fans packed around the home bend by beating Ndiku, avenging his Eugene defeat by the Kenyan just over a week ago.
Alamirew also knocked Ndiku from the top of the world list as he extended his lead in the Diamond Race. Alamirew played the waiting game to perfection, following Rupp throughout the early laps as pacemakers Gideon Gathimba and Vincent Rono streaked ahead. The plan was for Rono to take them through m in with Albert Rop set to keep them on course foror thereabouts.
In the event, Rono went through m in Rop took up the running with four-and-a-half laps to go and passed m in Longosiwa then took the lead and kicked hard m out, followed by Alamirew, Rupp and Cornelius Kangogo. This quartet were bunched together at the bell with a metre advantage on the chasing Ndiku, who made up huge ground over the final circuit and crossed the line just 0.
By contrast, Birech produced another commanding win in the steeplechase to claim the first world lead of a glorious night of action. The year-old Kenyan followed up his surprise victory in Rome last week by comfortably beating a field containing his compatriots, the Olympic champion Brimin Kipruto and former Olympic bronze medallist Paul Koech, in a personal best of Into the bargain, Birech moved ahead of Ezekiel Kemboi on the world list and in the Diamond Race for this event.
Birech had reason to thank Jager after the race, as it was the US runner who took it on when the pacemakers dropped out with four laps to go after passing m in The Kenyan took the initiative m out they passed m in The former world champion bowed out after leaping 7.
The world indoor silver medallist is now aiming for a sub run at the forthcoming French Championships. Alamirew alert Alamirew played the waiting game to perfection, following Rupp throughout the early laps as pacemakers Gideon Gathimba and Vincent Rono streaked ahead.
Birech and Bartoletta set world le By contrast, Birech produced another commanding win in the steeplechase to claim the first world lead of a glorious night of action. Yenew Alamirew. Long Jump.
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