Kenya: Kipuro Bags Bronze as Ugandan Cheptegei Wins 10,000 Metres

6 October 2019

Joshua Cheptegei of Uganda won the men's 10,000 metres world title in Doha on Sunday timing the second fastest ever in the championships history of 26min 48.36sec.

The 23-year-old -- silver medallist in 2017 -- is the first Ugandan to win the title.

Yomif Kejelcha of Ethiopia took silver (26:49.34) and Kenyan Rhonex Kipruto the bronze (26:50.32).

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