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The IAAF World Cross Country Championships junior men’s winner Hagos Gebrehiwot led at the bell in the 5000m and held pole position for the next 300m, but his compatriot Yenew Alamirew came around the outside as the pair entered the home straight and left his younger rival trailing in his wake to win in a world-leading time of 12:54.95, the first man under 13 minutes this year. Gebrehiwot, throwing in the towel 30 metres from home, finished second in 12:55.73, while Kenya’s Isiah Koech was third in 12:58.85. Ethiopia’s Mohammed Aman fulfilled his role as the man to watch in the 800m by pulling away from the rest of the field over the final 150 metres to win in 1:43.61. Behind him, the emerging French talent and former European junior champion Pierre-Ambroise Bosse, just 21 years of age, sprinted clear of the chasing pack 50 metres from the line to clock a personal best of 1:43.91.
After some unhelpful pace making in the first 800m, Sweden’s Abeba Aregawi went to the front of the women’s 1500m field with 300m to go and won in 4:00.23 to maintain her unbeaten record in 2013. She also tops the Diamond Race standings with 12 points after three successive wins. Ethiopia’s Genzebe Dibaba had to settle for second again, like 12 months ago in Rome, this time coming in at 4:01:62, while the USA’s 2011 World champion Jenny Simpson, the leader at 1200m, came home third in 4:02:30.