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The Best 2013 World Championship Women's Middle Distance ...
Two other women finished in less than 4 minutes in the fast Doha race – 19-year- old Faith Chepnegetich Kipyegon of Kenya and Ethiopia's Genzebe Dibaba.
http://trackandfield.about.com/od/worldchampionships/p/2013-Wc-Womens-Middle-Distance.htm
The Top Finishers in the 2014 Women's World Indoor Track and ...
It was fitting that the top indoor performer of 2014, Ethiopian runner Genzebe Dibaba, struck gold at the World Indoor Championships. Dibaba, who set three ...
http://trackandfield.about.com/od/worldindoorresults/fl/The-2014-Womenrsquos-World-Indoor-Championship-Medalists.htm
Women's Indoor Track and Field World Records - Track & Field
6. 1500 Meters. Genzebe Dibaba, ETH, 33:55.17. February 1, 2014. ... 8. 3000 Meters. Genzebe Dibaba, ETH, 8:16.60. February 6, 2014.
http://trackandfield.about.com/od/worldrecords/tp/Womens-Indoor-World-Records.htm
World Indoor Championships Women's Distance Review
To nobody's surprise, 23-year-old Genzebe Dibaba pulled away from the field in the final laps to win the women's 3000-meter gold medal in 8:55.04. A very slow ...
http://trackandfield.about.com/od/worldindoors/fl/2014-World-Indoor-Championships-Womens-Distance-Review.htm
London Olympics Preview: Distance Running - Track and Field
But she also lost to fellow Ethiopian Genzebe Dibaba in Shanghai. Other contenders include Turkey's Asli Cakir Alpetekin, Helen Obiri of Kenya, and Russians ...
http://trackandfield.about.com/od/Olympics2012/p/London-Olympics-Preview-Distance-Running.htm
2013 World Championship Review: Women's Middle Distance and ...
Simpson ran 4:07.16 in her heat, placing second by .17 to Australia's Zoe Buckman, while Genzebe Dibaba of Ethiopia won the third heat in 4:06.78, just ahead ...
http://trackandfield.about.com/od/2013WorldOutdoorChampionships/p/2013-World-Championship-Review-Womens-Middle-Distance.htm
Who's Going to Win London's Olympic Track and Field Medals?
SILVER: Abdalaati Iguider BRONZE: Silas Kiplagat. Women's 1500 meters. GOLD: Mariem Alaoui Selsouli SILVER: Genzebe Dibaba BRONZE: Abeba Aregawi.
http://trackandfield.about.com/od/summerolympicgames/a/Whos-Going-To-Win-Londons-Olympic-Track-And-Field-Medals.htm

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