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  • GL Bruxelles w5000m - Vivian Cheruiyot 14:25.43

    Meselech Melkamu ETH
    Mercy Cherono KEN
    Sylvia Jebiwott Kibet KEN
    Vivian Cheruiyot KEN
    Viola Kibiwot KEN
    Linet Chepkwemoi Masai KEN
    Priscah Jepleting Cherono KEN
    Lucy Kabuu Wangui KEN
    Liliya Shobukhova RUS
    Wude Ayalew ETH
    Olga Komyagina RUS
    Meseret Defar ETH
    Mimi Belete ETH
    Almensh Belete ETH
    Jane Kiptoo KEN
    Bizunesh Urgesa ETH
    Grace Kwamboka Momanyi KEN
    Peninah Jepchumba KEN
    Ines Chenonge KEN

    Start: 20:05 CET

  • #2
    i see defar has her favorite pacer there, maybe t. dibaba wont be the only ethiopian girl trying to break the 5k record this weekend.

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    • #3
      Defar has a 14.28,98 facility personal best. With only three invitationals and the Olympics under her belt this season, she should be fresh and ready to maintain the 69,52s and a moderate kick to dip well beneath her meet record.

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      • #4
        Meet record: 14.28,98, Meseret Defar, 2005
        Last Olympic-cycle winner: 14.42,64 Edith Masai

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        • #5
          Best in Bruxelles

          14:25.43 Vivian Cheruiyot KEN 1 05.09.2008
          14:25.52 Meseret Defar ETH 2 05.09.2008

          14:28.98 Meseret Defar ETH 1 26.08.2005
          14:30.63 Tirunesh Dibaba ETH 1 25.08.2006
          14:31.09 Berhane Adere ETH 2 26.08.2005
          14:33.78 Meseret Defar ETH 2 25.08.2006
          14:37.34 Ejegayehu Dibaba ETH 3 26.08.2005
          14:38.21 Isabella Ochichi KEN 4 26.08.2005
          14:39.96 Joanne Pavey GBR 3 25.08.2006
          14:42.64 Edith Masai KEN 1 03.09.2004
          14:43.90 Margaret Maury FRA 2 03.09.2004
          14:44.21 Gabriela Szabo ROU 1 22.08.1997
          14:44.22 Derartu Tulu ETH 1 05.09.2003
          14:45.51 Paula Radcliffe GBR 2 22.08.1997
          14:46.71 Sally Barsosio KEN 3 22.08.1997
          14:46.99 Isabella Ochichi KEN 4 25.08.2006
          14:47.31 Roberta Brunet ITA 4 22.08.1997
          14:47.43 Vivian Cheruiyot KEN 5 25.08.2006
          14:47.70 Isabella Ochichi KEN 2 05.09.2003
          14:48.53 Susanne Wigene NOR 5 26.08.2005
          14:48.64 Meselech Melkamu ETH 6 25.08.2006
          14:48.96 Roberta Brunet ITA 1 23.08.1996
          14:49.11 Joanne Pavey GBR 3 03.09.2004
          14:49.38 Ejegayehu Dibaba ETH 7 25.08.2006
          14:49.81 Fernanda Ribeiro POR 2 23.08.1996

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          • #6
            2:53 for the first km.
            http://twitter.com/Trackside2011

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            • #7
              8:41 for 3km.
              http://twitter.com/Trackside2011

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              • #8
                Cheruiyot wins outkicking Defar in 14:25! Fantastic stuff!

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                • #9
                  .

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                  • #10
                    Defar looks like she's still in Beijing mode. Barely edged Cheryouit

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                    • #11
                      I've only ever seen Dibaba do something like that to Defar - Cheruiyot overhauled her in the last 30m. Cracking last lap race that.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by jeremyp
                        Defar looks like she's still in Beijing mode. Barely edged Cheryouit
                        Looks the other way around on the film, actually. Defar looks to have lost.

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                        • #13
                          Cheruiyot just pips Defar :!: Winning time 14:26!

                          Cheruiyot has really hit good form after Beijing, after being rather average before the Games.
                          http://twitter.com/Trackside2011

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by EPelle
                            Originally posted by jeremyp
                            Defar looks like she's still in Beijing mode. Barely edged Cheryouit
                            Looks the other way around on the film, actually. Defar looks to have lost.
                            OOPS!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by AthleticsInBritain
                              I've only ever seen Dibaba do something like that to Defar - Cheruiyot overhauled her in the last 30m. Cracking last lap race that.
                              It appears that, at this point, Defar is not close to Dibaba's form, although she ran 14:12 after Dibaba's record, so I don't know what happened. If she were injured in the Olympic final, why would she race in Brussels? Oh, well, here's hoping they're both (and Melkamu and the Kenyans) ready next August in Berlin.
                              Cheers,
                              Alan Shank

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