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Jakob Ingebrigtsen, 19, beats the European record of 2.000 meters in force since 1985.

The Norwegian broke the European 2.000 meter mark in Oslo

According to the confidential, the Norwegian J akob Ingebrigtsen, 19, has once again made it clear that he is one of the names to follow in world athletics

Yesterday, he managed to establish a new record for Europe  in the test of the 2.000 meterss at the Impossible Games in Oslo with a time of 4: 50.01

It has beaten the mark in force since 1985

With this chrono he managed to beat in 1.38 seconds the previous brand that was held by the British Steve Cram with 4:51:39 since 1985

Time of competition in Norway

Instagram / Moment of competition in Norway

The test was held in Norugea and Kenya at the same time

The test was held at a distance, at the Bislett stadium in Oslo, and at the Nyayo stadium in Nairobi (Kenya)

The competition, which was held in a team format over a distance of 2.000 meters, faced on the one hand the team led by the brothers Jakob and Henrik Ingebrigtsen and on the other the Kenyan led by Cheruiyot and the 1.500 world champion in 2017, Elijah Manangoi.

In social networks I commented

New European record of 2000m in 4.50,01 !! Finally back on track Thank you so much for the rest of the Ingebrigtsen Team for the great job, thank you @bislettgames for a great match, and everyone who cheered us on!

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