Olympic fourth place finisher Peter Bol has finished the season of his life, by crossing the line in fourth in Zagreb at the Continental Tour (Boris Hanzekovic Memorial). Bol ran aggressively and was leading down the home straight, just running of steam over the final 50 metres.

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The race was won by Romanian Catalin Tecuceanu, who set a new personal best and National record of 1:44.93. Footage of the final 100m below…

In huge news, Burundi’s Francine Niyonsaba took more than two seconds off Genzebe Dibaba’s 2000m world record with a stunning run of 5:21.56.

Niyonsaba last week won the Wanda Diamond League title over 5000m. In Zagreb she split through 400m in 1:04.50, 800m in 2:09.22,and finished off with a 61 second final lap to smash the record.

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“I did it. It’s wonderful and it’s fabulous. The pacing was really perfect. I want to thank all the people who came to cheer us.” said Niyonsaba

For the full results from Zagreb click HERE….

In other news from both Zagreb and Bellinzoona. Kurtis Marschall was third vaulting 5.82, Liz Clay finished 6th in 13:47 and Matthew Ramsden was 9th in the 1500m in 3:39.03.


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