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Following his victories in 2014 and 2015, world 5000m champion Muktar Edris led an all Ethiopian medal sweep, edging fellow Ethiopians Telahun Haile and Yasin Haji in the Giro al Sas International 10km Road Race in Trento for the third time in his career.
The race set off at a conservative pace for the first four laps, as Muktar took the early lead closely followed by Yasin, Tilahun, 2012 Olympic 5000m bronze medalist Thomas Longosiwa, Yemaneberhan Crippa and Nathan Ayeko from Uganda. Edris pulled away at halfway to win the intermediate sprint bonus with five laps to go.
Telahun then forced the pace, breaking away from Muktar and building up a solid lead on the sixth lap. Muktar clawed his way back and caught up with Haile with three laps to go. Haji and Yemaneberhan could not keep pace with Muktar and Tilahun.
The race between the two Ethiopians came down to a final sprint. At the bell, Haile pushed the pace at the front but Edris was in control and broke away on the final straight to cross the finish-line in 28:54, one second ahead of Haile, to crown a successful season in which he won the 5000m world title ahead of Mo Farah in London.
“The training at altitude has paid off,” said Muktar. “My form is improving day after day. The world title has changed my life. It’s important to keep my feet on the ground and continue working hard. I made my family and my country proud.
Yasin pulled away to take third place in 29:13, seven seconds ahead of Yemaneberhan Crippa, who was contesting his first race since returning from a three-week training camp in Ethiopia.