Ethiopia's Ayana sets a new world record in the women's 10,000m

Ethiopia's Almaz Ayana broken the world record by over 14 seconds to received Olympic gold in the women's 10,000m in Rio. The 24-year-old, rushing the range on the track for just the 2nd time, obliterated the field to end in 29 minutes 17.45 seconds.
Britain's Jo Pavey was 15th in her 5th Olympics at age 42, set up a season's perfect time of 31:33.44. Kenya's Vivian Cheriot, the 2012 bronze medallist, ended 2nd in 29:32.53.Defending winner Tirunesh Dibaba of Ethiopia just managed 3rd however in a very own best time of 29:42.56 - one of 18 personal bests in the race.

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