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The advertised world record attempts by Almaz Ayana unraveled early in her 5,000m race but that doesn’t mean that she was not enthralling and entertaining elements of the IAAF Diamond League final in Brussels.

Almaz, who set a 10,000m world record when winning over 25 laps of the track at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, had asked for three opening kilometers of 2:50.00, 5:40.00 and 8:30.00 but was quickly outside that schedule.

Ukrainian pacemaker Tamara Tverdostup took the field through the first 1,000m in 2:53.19 before stepping aside. Kenya’s Alice Aprot then took over at the front but, having reached agreement that she could finish the race, seemed more intent on setting a pace that suited her rather than the world champion over this distance, and passed 2,000m in 5:49.17.

Although she must have realized that her chances of improving on Tirunesh Dibaba’s eight-year-old world record of 14:11.15 were almost zero, she was determined to finish her season in style. Only Kenya’s Olympic silver medalist Hellen Obiri and her Ethiopian compatriot Senbere Teferi followed her when she started to accelerate and then for only a short while. There was quickly a five-meter gap back to Obiri and an even greater distance to Senbere.

The Olympic gold medalist crossed the line in a meeting record of 14:18.89 – also cementing her hold on the Diamond Race – and towed the next five women to personal bests, for whom the pace had been perfect to make an improvement even if it didn’t quite suit her. Obiri reduced her best by almost four seconds to 14:25.78 while Senbere took more than five seconds off her best when clocking 14:29.82.