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Mo Farah of Great Britain celebrates victory in the Men's 10000m on Day 8 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium on August 13 2016...

Mo Farah of Great Britain celebrates victory in the Men's 10000m on Day 8 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium on August 13 2016...

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Ethiopia\'s Derartu Tulu and compatriot Gete Wami (L) celebrate after the 10000m Sydney 2000 photo EthiopiasDerartuTuluandcompatriotGe.jpg

Ethiopia\'s Derartu Tulu and compatriot Gete Wami (L) celebrate after the 10000m Sydney 2000 photo EthiopiasDerartuTuluandcompatriotGe.jpg

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Genzebe

Genzebe

Meseret  Defar at Istanbul indoor championships 2012

Meseret Defar at Istanbul indoor championships 2012

Gold medalist Meseret Defar of Ethiopia poses on…

Gold medalist Meseret Defar of Ethiopia poses on…

Tirunesh Dibaba of Ethiopia poses with the bronze medal for the Women's 10,000 Meters Final on Day 7 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium on August 12, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Tirunesh Dibaba of Ethiopia poses with the bronze medal for the Women's 10,000 Meters Final on Day 7 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium on August 12, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Three-time Olympic gold medalist Oromo athlete Tirunesh Dibaba, Oromia, remained undefeated for her life in the 10,000 as she pulled away from three others over the final 600 to win in a 2013 world leading time of 30:26.67 earlier today (27 june, 2013) at the Ostrava Golden Spike event. The win was Dibaba’s tenth at 10,000 and marks the sixth time she has broken 30:30 for her career. Belaynesh Oljira of Oromia was third. Women and sport

Three-time Olympic gold medalist Oromo athlete Tirunesh Dibaba, Oromia, remained undefeated for her life in the 10,000 as she pulled away from three others over the final 600 to win in a 2013 world leading time of 30:26.67 earlier today (27 june, 2013) at the Ostrava Golden Spike event. The win was Dibaba’s tenth at 10,000 and marks the sixth time she has broken 30:30 for her career. Belaynesh Oljira of Oromia was third. Women and sport

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