Last night, the event was played at the Estadi del Túria de València on NN Valencia World Record Day where two world records were broken on the same day.
On the one hand, the Ugandan Joshua Cheptegei got the new best world record in 10.000 meters with a record 26: 11.00
On the other the Ethiopian Letesenbet Gidey did the same to become the new 5.000 meter recordwoman with a time of 14: 06.62 to round out a historic night of athletics.
Cheptegei has made history by beating the world record for Kenenisa Bekele, a title he had held for 15 years (26: 17.53)
In the test he was practically always below this record running at a global average of 2:37 min / km and a speed of 22,9 km / h
These are your step times, paces, and average speed
|1.000 meters||2:54.06||2: 54 min / km||20 km / h|
|2.000 meters||5:15.0||2: 37 min / km||22,9 km/h|
|3.000 meters||8:02.6||2: 40 min / km||22,4 km/h|
|4.000 meters||10.29.8||2: 37 min / km||22,9 km/h|
|5.000 meters||13.07.7||2: 37 min / km||22,9 km/h|
|6.000 meters||15.58.7||2: 39 min / km||22,5 km/h|
|7.000 meters||18:36.7||2: 39 min / km||22,6 km/h|
|8.000 meters||20:59.4||2: 37 min / km||22,9 km/h|
|9.000 meters||23:36.7||2: 37 min / km||22,9 km/h|
|10.000 meters||26.11.0||2: 37 min / km||22,9 km/h|