2019 Bislett Games, Oslo: DAP's Norah Tanui runs a world leading time to take Victory in the womens 3000m steeplechase

 

norah jeruto osloThe race started with the pacemaker setting up the pace followed closely by the Kenyan duo formed by Beatrice Chepkoech and Norah Jeruto until just before the halfway mark when the pacemaker dropped out.

Suddenly, Chepkoech took the lead trying hard to shake off her compatriot. Yet coming off the final water jump in Oslo Chepkoech was still in company of Norah Jeruto, last year’s runner-up at the Brussels Diamond League clocking 8'59".

With 100 meters left in the race, the two were still running together. After the final barrier, Tanui used a savage burst of speed to overtake Chepkoech and cruised all the way to the finish line to take the win in a time of 9'03"71. Chepkoech had to settle for the second position in 9'04"30.

 

Demadonna's Jepkosgei Nelly of Kenya outsprints HabitamAlemu of Ethiopia to kave the victory in the women's 800 meters at the Rabat International Mohammed VI Meeting

nelly nepkosgei rabatThe women's 800 meters was one of the most exciting races at the 2019 Rabat International Mohammed VI Meeting on Wednesday 09, where our Nelly Jepkosgei won the first race of her Diamond League career in 1'59"50 finishing ahead of Ethiopia's Habitam Alemu second in a time of 1'59"90 and the Ukrainian Olha Lyakhova who finished third in 2'00"35. 

 

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