Yemaneberhan Crippa takes the men's 10.000 meters victory at the European Cup in 27'49"79


crippa euro2019Italy’s Yemaneberhan Crippa produced a high powered finish to win the European 10,000m Cup and lead the Italians to the team title at the Parliament Hill Athletics Track in north-west London on Saturday (6). Crippa utilised his notorious sprint finish to improve on his third-place finish from last year to win in this year in 27'49"79 ahead of Germany’s Amanal Petros, second in 27'52"25 and Great Britain’s Ben Connor, third in 27'57"60.

"My two goals were victory and doing the qualifying time for the IAAF World Championships. I succeeded in the first goal, unfortunately not with the time I wanted,” Said Crippa at the end of the race.

At the Memorial Istvan Gyulai, meeting held in Szekesfehervar, second place for our Muktar Edriss of Ethiopia in the men's 3000 meters in a time of 7'39"52. Edriss preceded his compatriot and aldo DAP represented Telahun Haile, third in 7'39"83.


spitzen2019Another victory in the men's 3000 meters for DAP's Gebresilase Tadese Worku of Ethiopia at the 2019 Spitzen Leichtathletik Meeting

After winning the men's 5000 meters on his debute in an European race in Huelva late June, Demadonna's Gebresilase Tadese Worku of Ethiopia returns to Europe for yet another victory this time in the men's 3000 meters at the 2019 Spitzen Leichtathletik Meeting which took place on July 09 in Switzerland.

Worku Tadese reached the tape in a time of 7'43"24. Cheserek Edward of Kenya was second in 7'43"47 and third place for Switzerland and home based Wanders Julien with a time of 7'43"62.

Always Tadese Worku claims the second position in the men's 3000 meters when crossing the finish line with a time of 7'49"56 at the Sotteville International Meeting held July 16.


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