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In debut, Defar clocks world-leading 31:07.34 in Stockholm

Meseret Defar clocked a world-leading 31:07.34 to win her 10,000m track debut in Stockholm on Saturday (30).

Meseret Defar clocked a world-leading 31:07.34 to win her 10,000m track debut in Stockholm on Saturday (30).

But the 2007 World 5000m champion and the World Athlete of the Year that season said she was disappointed with the outcome of her eagerly anticipated debut over the distance….READ MORE

Source: IAAF

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