Belguim is more than 7 hours ahead of New York (pacific time zone) and IAAF have not posted the results? It is about 9:31 pm in Belguim surely the race is over!
Bekele is One-Man show:
1 Bekele Kenensia ETH 0:35:14
2 Lebid Sergij UKR 0:36:28
3 Kiprop Boniface UGA 0:36:41
4 Joseph Fabian TAN 0:36:46
5 Laws Ollie GBR 0:36:50
6 Van Hooste Tom BEL 0:37:08
7 Guerra Paul PRT 0:37:12
8 Chemweno Wilson Kipkosgei KEN 0:37:13
9 Maurizio Leon ITA 0:37:18
10 Molina Enrique ESP 0:37:27
1 Bogomalova Galina RUS 0:22:44
2 Denboba Merima ETH 0:23:06
3 Cheruiyot Lenah KEN 0:23:29
4 Javornik Helena SVK 0:23:41
5 Ritter Suzanne DEU 0:23:54
6 Joseph Restitua TUR 0:24:01
7 Baouf Fatiha BEL 0:24:03
8 Vasile Ionela ROM 0:24:07
9 Harvey Nathalie AUS 0:24:17
10 Martin Rosanna ITA 0:24:18
How good is this guy? Can he be the man to challenge the great Gebresellasie's world 10,000m record?
I think he is the man to do so, but Geb may well put it further out of reach this year.
Kenenisa is only 20 years old and have not yet reached his maturity in running. The Ethopian organizations excell in
insuring their athletes have a long career-so it is safe to say that Kenenisa will break Geb 5000 and 10000m records eventually. I just hope that he have other athletes to push him on the track, because in x-country he seems to have no peers!
I bet he runs 12:31.99 and 26:15.99 before 2007 if he stays healthy for the next 5 years!
Lebed is a classy runner, one of the best non-Africans of recent years, so to beat him by almost a minute is quite impressive.
No way Bekele or Geb himself comes close to Geb's WRs.