Ugandan Joshua Cheptegei has beaten the 5.000 meter world records with a time of 12: 35.36, lowering the previous record he had by 2 seconds Kenenisa Bekele since 2004 with 12: 37.35.
The Spanish Ouassim Oumaiz also competed in the test, where he was fifth with 13: 13.14, achieving his personal best.
Cheptegei, who went almost minute per lap, took advantage of the work of the hares to break this record and inaugurate a new era in athletics.
Also, European Record of Jakob Ingebrigtsen
In the 1.500 test, Jakob Ingebrigtsen broke the European record at just 19 years old, entering 3: 28.68 only behind world champion Timothy Cheruiyot (3: 28.45
The Spanish Jesús Gómez who was sixth with personal best (3: 33.07
The Norwegian, a true prodigy, surpassed a continental record that the British Mo Farah had for seven years with 3: 28.81.