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Kenya’s Nicholas Kimeli runs a world-leading 12: 46.33 over 5,000 meters

The Roman Diamond League wasn’t disappointed Thursday afternoon. Some tournament records have been destroyed. Eliud Kipchoge’s The 5,000m 12: 46.53 tournament record by the compatriots Nicholas Kimeri, The person who timed the world leading time of 12: 46.33.

Kimeli’s time is the seventh fastest in history, over 5,000 meters, just six seconds behind Kenya’s national record. Daniel Komen 12: 39.74.

The 23-year-old Kenyan raced in great shape and Bangalore TCS World 10KIndia, set a national record for Kenya over 5K on the road in April (12:55), at a record time for the course in mid-May.

The men’s 5000m was speedy from the start, and the front was at a pace of 2: 35 / km. Yumifu Kegelcha Ethiopian until one lap where Kimeli and his Kenyan compatriots go Jacob Crop I took over the race with the remaining 300m. Klopp and Kimeri fought back and forth in the last 200 meters, Kimeri put a gap in the crop below 100 meters, set a new personal best, set a record and won the world lead over 5,000 meters. ..Klopp finished second with a personal best time of 12: 46.79, but Canada Mohammed Ahmed He ran the best time of the season at 12: 55.88 and finished in 5th place.

Mohammed Ahmed 5,000 meters in the 2022 pre-classic.Photo: Kevin Morris

At 800m for women Athing Mu He won the race with a world-leading time of 1: 57.01 and made a statement. Mu sat right behind the pacemaker for his first 400 meters and ran around at a height of 56 meters. When the pacemaker fell, the 20-year-old American Phenom took over and won the race in almost two seconds.

Canada’s Lindsey Butterworth It was less than 2 minutes at 1: 59.93 for the second time this season. Butterworth was boxed less than 300m behind the puck, but he managed to move inward, down the last straight to lane and finish in 8th place on the loaded field.

The next destination for the Diamond League is Oslo, Norway, on Thursday, June 16th, four weeks after the 2022 World Championships in Eugene, Oregon.

Kenya’s Nicholas Kimeli runs a world-leading 12: 46.33 over 5,000 meters

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