Olympics: Almaz shatters 10,000, world record in first final

By REUTERS
August 12, 2016 19:06

 
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Ethiopia's Almaz Ayana obliterated the 10,000metres world record when she ran 29:17.45 minutes to win gold in the opening track event of the Olympics on Friday.

Ayana's time was 14 seconds inside the 29:31.78 set by China's Wang Junxia in 1993.

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