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AllAfrica.com
Hermens - Track and Field Needs Fresh, Post-Bolt Strategyworld marathon champion Geoffrey Kirui, Chicago Marathon winner Florence Kiplag
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 hours ago
world marathon champion Geoffrey Kirui, Chicago Marathon winner Florence Kiplagat, Dutchman Abdi Nageeye, Ethiopian legend Kenenisa Bekele and world half marathon and cross country champion Geoffrey Kamworor. Hermens, a former three-time Dutch... Read more
10d
Daily Mail
Is Mo Farah's legacy still golden? Questions still surround his careerand 2015 World Championships and came desperately close to doing it here as wel
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
and 2015 World Championships and came desperately close to doing it here as well. He was the second man in history after Kenenisa Bekele, to win long-distance doubles at successive Olympics and World Championships. And he was the first in... Read more
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13d
AllAfrica.com
Kenya Out to End Jinx in 5,000mthe first time since the 2008 Africa Championships in Addis Ababa where he fini
AllAfrica.com / Posted 13 days ago
the first time since the 2008 Africa Championships in Addis Ababa where he finished fifth. The race was won by Ethiopia's Kenenisa Bekele. Kenya has dominated men's 5,000m since 1983 Helsinki Championships, winning seven out of the next 15... Read more
14d
The Hindu
The short and the long of runningto road-racing. The 34-year-old does not possess the world record times in bot
The Hindu / Posted 14 days ago
to road-racing. The 34-year-old does not possess the world record times in both his events. Those belong to the legendary Kenenisa Bekele. The Ethiopian himself said that Farah needs to get the world record to achieve immortality. The ‘Greatest... Read more
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17d
heraldscotland
Callum Hawkins ready to challenge world's best again in World Championships marathonmedallists Eliud Kipchoge and Feyisa Lilesa as well as the current top two in t
heraldscotland / Posted 17 days ago
medallists Eliud Kipchoge and Feyisa Lilesa as well as the current top two in the world rankings Wilson Kiprotich and Kenenisa Bekele, merely provides opportunities for high class compatriots, resulting in Bekele and Lilesa’s fellow Ethiopian... Read more
17d
AllAfrica.com
Farah Claims Third Successive 10,000m Gold At World Champschampionship crown takes his collection from the biennial events to six golds a
AllAfrica.com / Posted 17 days ago
championship crown takes his collection from the biennial events to six golds and one silver. Only Haile Gebrselassie and Kenenisa Bekele have been more successful over 10,000m at the world championsips each winning four. Farah's victory - his... Read more
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17d
Canberra Times
World Athletics Championships 2017: Mo Farah wins 10th goldcontext, Haile Gebrselassie, the man – pre-Farah - considered the greatest ever
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
context, Haile Gebrselassie, the man – pre-Farah - considered the greatest ever, won six in a row at 10,000m in his career. Kenenisa Bekele won four consecutive 5km and 10km Olympic and world titles. Farah raced as he did here in 2012. He dropped... Read more
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17d
WA Today
Farah upstages even Bolt, wins tenth consecutive goldcontext, Haile Gebrselassie, the man – pre-Farah - considered the greatest ever
WA Today / Posted 17 days ago
context, Haile Gebrselassie, the man – pre-Farah - considered the greatest ever, won six in a row at 10,000m in his career. Kenenisa Bekele won four consecutive 5km and 10km Olympic and world titles. Farah raced as he did here in 2012. He dropped... Read more
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18d
Daily Mail
Mo Farah claims 10,000m gold in the World Championships in Londonhome 10,000m gold on Friday No other distance runner, not Haile Gebrselassie,
Daily Mail / Posted 18 days ago
home 10,000m gold on Friday No other distance runner, not Haile Gebrselassie, not Lasse Viren, not Emil Zatopek, not even Kenenisa Bekele, has been able to perform with such consistency at the very highest level. Age, it seems, cannot wither... Read more
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18d
Brisbane Times
Farah upstages even Bolt, wins tenth consecutive goldcontext, Haile Gebrselassie, the man – pre-Farah - considered the greatest ever
Brisbane Times / Posted 18 days ago
context, Haile Gebrselassie, the man – pre-Farah - considered the greatest ever, won six in a row at 10,000m in his career. Kenenisa Bekele won four consecutive 5km and 10km Olympic and world titles. Farah raced as he did here in 2012. He dropped... Read more
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18d
Sydney Morning Herald
World Athletics Championships 2017: Mo Farah wins 10th goldcontext, Haile Gebrselassie, the man – pre-Farah - considered the greatest ever
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 days ago
context, Haile Gebrselassie, the man – pre-Farah - considered the greatest ever, won six in a row at 10,000m in his career. Kenenisa Bekele won four consecutive 5km and 10km Olympic and world titles. Farah raced as he did here in 2012. He dropped... Read more
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18d
The Age
World Athletics Championships 2017: Mo Farah wins 10th goldcontext, Haile Gebrselassie, the man – pre-Farah - considered the greatest ever
The Age / Posted 18 days ago
context, Haile Gebrselassie, the man – pre-Farah - considered the greatest ever, won six in a row at 10,000m in his career. Kenenisa Bekele won four consecutive 5km and 10km Olympic and world titles. Farah raced as he did here in 2012. He dropped... Read more
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18d
heraldscotland
Mo Farah pushed to limit by opposition tactics but still proves too good in World Championship 10,000 metres in Olympic Stadiumhis bid to demonstrate comparable versatility to some of his greatest rivals by
heraldscotland / Posted 18 days ago
his bid to demonstrate comparable versatility to some of his greatest rivals by performing well in major marathons. Notably Kenenisa Bekele, who has a comparable Olympic and world championship record, but also remains the world record holder at both... Read more
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18d
AllAfrica.com
Kenyan Trio Plot Mo Farah Downfallmen's World 10,000m title since Charles Kamathi's exploits at the 2001 Edmonton
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
men's World 10,000m title since Charles Kamathi's exploits at the 2001 Edmonton World Championships. It's the Ethiopian Kenenisa Bekele, who took over after Kamathi to win four consecutive titles, equalling his fellow countryman Haile... Read more
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18d
AllAfrica.com
Kamworor Determined to Give Kenya Golden Start in London10 consecutive global track distance titles (11 if he wins the 5000m as well).
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
10 consecutive global track distance titles (11 if he wins the 5000m as well). No runner has ever achieved that - not Kenenisa Bekele (four, with Olympic and World Championship doubles in 2008-09), not Haile Gebrselassie (six at 10,000m, but... Read more
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19d
Decclan Chronicle
Mo Farah eyes double golden fanfare at World Athletics Championshiplifting his exploits up above those of legends such as Paavo Nurmi, Lasse Viren
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 19 days ago
lifting his exploits up above those of legends such as Paavo Nurmi, Lasse Viren, Emil Zatopek, Haile Gebrselassie and Kenenisa Bekele. However whilst many question how will the sport cope without Bolt and his engaging showmanship -- lightning... Read more
21d
Khaleej Times
Khaled expected to bring glory to the UAE athleticsa business, whoever offers top prize money will get top athletes. We had great
Khaleej Times / Posted 21 days ago
a business, whoever offers top prize money will get top athletes. We had great runners runners like Haile Gebrselassie and Kenenisa Bekele run in Dubai. We hope Farah too will come and run here very soon. We do have him on our agenda. It could be a... Read more
21d
The Star
Despite the doubters, Farah bows out as the bestat a younger age than previously and that his championship opposition is not in
The Star / Posted 21 days ago
at a younger age than previously and that his championship opposition is not in the class of previous champions such as Kenenisa Bekele. Of course, Farah can only beat whoever lines up against him, even if they all too often play into his hands... Read more
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21d
Eye Witness News
Despite the doubters, Farah bows out as the bestat a younger age than previously and that his championship opposition is not in
Eye Witness News / Posted 21 days ago
at a younger age than previously and that his championship opposition is not in the class of previous champions such as Kenenisa Bekele. Of course, Farah can only beat whoever lines up against him, even if they all too often play into his hands... Read more
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21d
Reuters Sports News
Despite the doubters, Farah bows out as the bestat a younger age than previously and that his championship opposition is not in
Reuters Sports News / Posted 21 days ago
at a younger age than previously and that his championship opposition is not in the class of previous champions such as Kenenisa Bekele. Of course, Farah can only beat whoever lines up against him, even if they all too often play into his hands... Read more
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21d
Channel NewsAsia
Despite the doubters, Farah bows out as the bestat a younger age than previously and that his championship opposition is not in
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 21 days ago
at a younger age than previously and that his championship opposition is not in the class of previous champions such as Kenenisa Bekele. Of course, Farah can only beat whoever lines up against him, even if they all too often play into his hands... Read more
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21d
EuroNews
Athletics - Despite the doubters, Farah bows out as the bestat a younger age than previously and that his championship opposition is not in
EuroNews / Posted 21 days ago
at a younger age than previously and that his championship opposition is not in the class of previous champions such as Kenenisa Bekele. Of course, Farah can only beat whoever lines up against him, even if they all too often play into his hands... Read more
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21d
dna
Despite the doubters, Farah bows out as the bestat a younger age than previously and that his championship opposition is not in
dna / Posted 21 days ago
at a younger age than previously and that his championship opposition is not in the class of previous champions such as Kenenisa Bekele. Of course, Farah can only beat whoever lines up against him, even if they all too often play into his hands... Read more
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22d
chroniclelive
Sir Mo confirms he's coming back for the Great North Runit’s a big change moving from the track to the roads so we’ll see.” In Sir Mo’
chroniclelive / Posted 22 days ago
it’s a big change moving from the track to the roads so we’ll see.” In Sir Mo’s Great North Run debut in 2013, Ethiopian Kenenisa Bekele pulled away from him in the final couple of miles to seize the title. Since then, he has not looked back and... Read more
25d
Oxford Mail
World Championships talking pointsthe defence of his 5,000m and 10,000m titles – means Farah has now won more wor
Oxford Mail / Posted 25 days ago
the defence of his 5,000m and 10,000m titles – means Farah has now won more world and Olympic titles than Ethiopian great Kenenisa Bekele. Farah, who finished eighth on his marathon debut in London in 2014, will be 37 at the time of the Tokyo... Read more
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25d
Gazette
World Championships talking pointsthe defence of his 5,000m and 10,000m titles – means Farah has now won more wor
Gazette / Posted 25 days ago
the defence of his 5,000m and 10,000m titles – means Farah has now won more world and Olympic titles than Ethiopian great Kenenisa Bekele. Farah, who finished eighth on his marathon debut in London in 2014, will be 37 at the time of the Tokyo... Read more
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25d
guardian-series
World Championships talking pointsthe defence of his 5,000m and 10,000m titles – means Farah has now won more wor
guardian-series / Posted 25 days ago
the defence of his 5,000m and 10,000m titles – means Farah has now won more world and Olympic titles than Ethiopian great Kenenisa Bekele. Farah, who finished eighth on his marathon debut in London in 2014, will be 37 at the time of the Tokyo... Read more
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25d
Greenock Telegraph
World Championships talking pointsthe defence of his 5,000m and 10,000m titles – means Farah has now won more wor
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
the defence of his 5,000m and 10,000m titles – means Farah has now won more world and Olympic titles than Ethiopian great Kenenisa Bekele. Farah, who finished eighth on his marathon debut in London in 2014, will be 37 at the time of the Tokyo... Read more
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25d
Harrow Times
World Championships talking pointsthe defence of his 5,000m and 10,000m titles – means Farah has now won more wor
Harrow Times / Posted 25 days ago
the defence of his 5,000m and 10,000m titles – means Farah has now won more world and Olympic titles than Ethiopian great Kenenisa Bekele. Farah, who finished eighth on his marathon debut in London in 2014, will be 37 at the time of the Tokyo... Read more
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25d
St Albans & Harpenden Review
World Championships talking pointsthe defence of his 5,000m and 10,000m titles – means Farah has now won more wor
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 25 days ago
the defence of his 5,000m and 10,000m titles – means Farah has now won more world and Olympic titles than Ethiopian great Kenenisa Bekele. Farah, who finished eighth on his marathon debut in London in 2014, will be 37 at the time of the Tokyo... Read more
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25d
Wandsworth Guardian
World Championships talking pointsthe defence of his 5,000m and 10,000m titles – means Farah has now won more wor
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 25 days ago
the defence of his 5,000m and 10,000m titles – means Farah has now won more world and Olympic titles than Ethiopian great Kenenisa Bekele. Farah, who finished eighth on his marathon debut in London in 2014, will be 37 at the time of the Tokyo... Read more
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25d
EveningTimes Online
World Championships talking pointsthe defence of his 5,000m and 10,000m titles – means Farah has now won more wor
EveningTimes Online / Posted 25 days ago
the defence of his 5,000m and 10,000m titles – means Farah has now won more world and Olympic titles than Ethiopian great Kenenisa Bekele. Farah, who finished eighth on his marathon debut in London in 2014, will be 37 at the time of the Tokyo... Read more
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25d
Belfast Telegraph
World Championships talking pointsthe defence of his 5,000m and 10,000m titles – means Farah has now won more wor
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
the defence of his 5,000m and 10,000m titles – means Farah has now won more world and Olympic titles than Ethiopian great Kenenisa Bekele. Farah, who finished eighth on his marathon debut in London in 2014, will be 37 at the time of the Tokyo... Read more
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25d
EuroNews
Ethiopian Bayo banned after attacking coachmarathon title. Mohammed Aman, 800m world champion 2013, and Rio Olympics marat
EuroNews / Posted 25 days ago
marathon title. Mohammed Aman, 800m world champion 2013, and Rio Olympics marathon bronze medallist Tamrat Tola were also included, but triple Olympic track champion Kenenisa Bekele, the second-fastest ever marathon runner, was not named in the squ... Read more
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25d
Reuters Sports News
Athletics: Ethiopian Bayo banned after attacking coachchampion 2013, and Rio Olympics marathon bronze medalist Tamrat Tola were also
Reuters Sports News / Posted 25 days ago
champion 2013, and Rio Olympics marathon bronze medalist Tamrat Tola were also included, but triple Olympic track champion Kenenisa Bekele, the second-fastest ever marathon runner, was not named in the squad. Reporting by Aaron Maasho,; Editing by... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Ethiopian Bayo banned after attacking coachchampion 2013, and Rio Olympics marathon bronze medallist Tamrat Tola were also
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 25 days ago
champion 2013, and Rio Olympics marathon bronze medallist Tamrat Tola were also included, but triple Olympic track champion Kenenisa Bekele, the second-fastest ever marathon runner, was not named in the squad. (Reporting by Aaron Maasho,; Editing... Read more
25d
AllAfrica.com
Veteran Menjo Key in Plot to Tame Farahthe first time since the 2008 Africa Championships in Addis Ababa where he fini
AllAfrica.com / Posted 25 days ago
the first time since the 2008 Africa Championships in Addis Ababa where he finished fifth. The race was won by Ethiopian Kenenisa Bekele won. Kenya has been dominant in 5,000m since the 1983 Helsinki Championships, winning seven out of the 15... Read more

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