How to watch 2023 Ethiopian 10,000m World Athletics Championships Trials?

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The 2023 Ethiopian 10,000m World Athletics Championships Trials is set to be a thrilling event. On Friday, 23 June, some of the country’s best endurance runners will compete at the Estadio Enrique Lopez Cuenca in Nerja, Spain. You can watch live streaming coverage below.

This event serves as the Trials to select the Ethiopian team for the 2023 World Athletics Championships in Budapest, Hungary, scheduled for August. Read more: How to watch the European Athletics Team Championships 2023?

How to Watch the 2023 Ethiopian 10,000m World Athletics Championships Trails

Fans worldwide can watch the live streaming coverage of the 2023 Ethiopian 10,000m World Athletics Championships Trails for free on the Corredor YouTube page. The event starts at 1:55 p.m. ET in the United States or 7:55 p.m, local time (GMT +2). You can also watch the live streaming broadcasting coverage below on this page from the embeded link.

Key Athletes to Watch at the 2023 Ethiopian 10,000m Trials

Olympic champion Selemon Barega is one of the top contenders in the men’s field at the 2023 Ethiopian 10,000m Trials. The women’s field is equally competitive, with World Indoor 3000m bronze medalist Ejgayehu Taye among the featured entrants.

A total of 13 women and 16 men will compete for the top three spots on each of the teams for the 10,000m at the 2023 World Athletics Championships.

On the men’s side, Barega is expected to face stiff competition from Yomif Kejelcha, the silver medalist at the Doha world championships in 2019, and Berihu Aregawi, a world and Olympic finalist who holds the 5km road running world record.

Tadese Worku, the World U20 champion in the 3,000m and the silver medalist in 5,000m in 2021, is another athlete to watch.

Ejgayehu Taye, a sixth-place finisher at the world championships in Oregon last summer, as well as finalist in the 5,000m at tht Tokyo Olympics, comes in a personal best of 30:12.45.

The women’s field also includes rising star Mizan Alem, the 2021 World U20 champion in the 5,000m, who has clocked the third-fastest 10,000m time this season with her personal best of 29:59.03 at the Night Of The 10,000m PB’S in London on 20 May.

Lemlem Hailu, the 3000m world indoor champion in Belgrade, Serbia last year, is also among the top starters.

Women’s Start List:

  • Gudaf Tsegay
  • Mizan Alem
  • Tsigie Gebraselama
  • Bosena Mulatie
  • Senaye Getachew
  • Zeinaba Yimer
  • Girmawit Gebrzihair
  • Fotyen Tesfay
  • Lemle Hailu
  • Ejgayehu Taye
  • Rigbe Habtelasie
  • Mekedes Alemeshete
  • Birke Haylom

Men’s Start List:

  • Selemon Barega
  • Tadase Worku
  • Berihu Aregawi
  • Yasin Haji
  • Boki Diriba
  • Workihem Tadase
  • Hailemariyem Amare
  • Yismaw Dillu
  • Chimdessa Debele
  • Gemechu Dida
  • Dawit Dolde
  • Filmon Kibrom
  • Abderezak Suleman
  • Merhawi Mebrahtu
  • Beshada Beru
  • Getachew Masresha

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