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Athleticsweekly.com | Posted on October 6, 2012 by Steven Mills
The World Half-Marathon Championships to Zersenay Tadese is what the World Cross Country Championships is to Kenenisa Bekele. The Eritrean proved it again today as he won his fifth World Half gold medal in hot conditions in Kavarna.
The decisive factor in determining the outcome was Tadese’s...
IAEA | Thursday, October 04, 2012
Another Lisbon win for Zersenay Tadese (Victah Sailer)
Kavarna, Bulgaria – When the gun sounds the start of the men’s race at the 20th IAAF World Half Marathon Championships on Saturday (6) morning here in this Black Sea coast resort town, the main focus of Kavarna 2012 will fall squarely on...
Eritrean runner Abrar Osman Adem takes 11th place on Heat 2 and Amanuel Mesel takes 16th place on Heat 1 - London Olympics 2012.
Men's 5000m Round 1 – Heat 1
Hayle Ibrahimov (AZE)
Isiah Kiplangat Koech (KEN)
Mohamed Farah (GBR)
Zeresenay Tadese Takes 6th place, Teklemariam Medhin 7th Place 10000M – London Olympics 2012
Olympics-Men's 10,000m run medal results
Sat Aug 4, 2012 5:21pm EDT
LONDON, Aug 4 (Reuters) - Britain's Mohamed Farah won the
Olympic gold medal in the men's 10,000m run on Saturday. The
United States' Galen Rupp won the silver and Ethiopia's Tariku
By Irish Times
A BIG DAY FOR ERITREA: When a country has only had independence for just over 20 years, it clings tightly to its heroes. Since Eritrea finally stood on its own two feet in 1991, nobody has been a bigger hero than Zersenay Tadese. In 2004, he won the nascent African nation’s first Olympic medal when he finished third in the 10,000m. Now 30 years old, he has been there...
Interview with 2012 Eritrean Olympic Runners Zeresenay Tadese, Teklemariam Medhin, Abrar Osman and Yared Asmerom:
The schedules for the Eritrean Olympic team follows;
· Yonas Kifle – Marathon 12th August 2012 starting time 11:00 a.m.
· Yared Asmerom Marathon 12th August 2012 starting time 11:00 a.m.
· Samson Keflemariam Marathon 12th August...
FRIDAY, 27 JULY 2012 00:08
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London Olympics 2012: Team Eritrea in Great Shape Ready for Action!
London 26 July 2012
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The day that has been awaited is finally here, the worlds eyes are on London, the stage is set, the security is tightened, the Olympic lanes are at full effect bringing London’s traffic at a stand still, but...
by Dexter Padayachee, Amherst College
Long-distance and road runner Zersenay Tadese, 30, is Eritrea’s biggest medal hopeful during this year’s Summer Olympics, after winning the country’s first Olympic medal in 2004 at the Athens Summer Olympics. He is also the first Eritrean to hold a World Championship title after winning the 2006 IAAF 20-kilmoter race. Tadese’s most promising...
Overwhelming 5000m win for Tadese
The men’s 5000m had been billed as a below-13 minute event and the multiple World Half Marathon champion Zersenay Tadese didn’t let down the spectators and got the target. On a statistical note, the 29-year-old Eritrean’s time fell in the short gap between his 12:59.27 PB and the 13:00 barrier as the Madrid-based star clocked 12:59.32.
The Eritrean LTTE was the fastest but failed to break the world record to his belongings.
15:01 Sunday, March 20, 2011
The athlete Zersenay Tadese of Eritrea won the 21 today. Edition of the Lisbon Half Marathon, but failed to improve the world's best mark, achieved by himself at last year's edition.
Zersenay Tadese ended the journey of 21 miles in 58.30 minutes, seven seconds...