2017 IAAF World Cross Country Championships

March 26, 2017
Kampala, Uganda
World Athletics:

She's the fourth woman in history to win back to back junior titles.

World Athletics:

“In 2015 I was really focused to win the title, but I got silver, so I am not satisfied yet. I want to win the title. I am working so hard for it. That’s really my big dream and I will work for it until I fulfill it.”


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