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Joshua Cheptegei beats the world record of 10K with 26: 38 in Valencia

He has done it with a time of 26: 38 seconds, lowering the previous mark in 6 seconds

The Uganda J athleteoshua Cheptegei, has beaten the 10K world record in Valencia with a time of 26: 38 seconds, lowering in 6 seconds the previous mark made by Patrick Komon in 2010.

Cheptegei has led the competition from start to finish and although it seemed that he was not going to be able to break the record in the final part of the circuit he did it by setting the new world record at 26:38 at one 02 mean: 40 min / km

The perfect year for Cheptegei

2019 has been the perfect year for Cheptegei, he has been the world champion of cross, of 10.000 in Doha and now in the 10K Valencia Trinidad Alfonso has achieved the world record


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