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Kenyan Beatrice Chepkoech runs world record 3000 meter steeple at the Diamond League Monaco

The Kenyan Beatrice Chepkoech Friday evening at the Diamond League athletics meeting in Monaco, a world record, put down on the 3,000 meter steeple.

The 27-year-old Chepkoech ran in Monaco with a time of 8:44.32. This makes them significantly better than Ruth Jebet, who the previous record in the hands. The athlete from Bahrain took in August 2016, in Paris, a timing of 8:52.78.

Cheruiyot runs fastest 1,500 m of 2018, also best jaartijd for Miller-Uibo at 400m

The Kenyan, Timothy Cheruiyot has Friday at the Diamond League athletics meeting in Monaco, the best performance of the year dropped on the 1,500 metres.

With 3:28.41 he did a little better than the 3:29.71, his best jaartijd, that he at the end of June was in Paris. The Kenyan runner Elijah Motonei Manangoi (3:29.64) and the Norwegian Filip Ingebrigsten (3:30.01, Norwegian record) completed the podium. The Moroccan Hicham El Guerrouj has since 1998 3:26.00 world record in the hands.

Shauna Miller-Uibo from the Bahamas ran in the 400 meters, the fastest jaartijd. They klokte 48.97, and kept so Salwa Eid Naser (49.08) from Bahrain and the American Shakima Wimbley (50.85). Miller-Uibo also assured of her national record.

Berings is fourth

Eline Berings is Friday, as a fourth finish in the 100 metres hurdles at the Diamond League athletics meeting in Monaco, the tenth round of the season. They ran 12.94.

Wednesday in Liège proposed Berings her personal record yet sensitive at the direction of 12.72. She approached this new Belgian record of Anne Zagré to within one hundredth. Friday in Monaco, the conditions were less than ideal, inter alia, by the head wind of 0.3 metres per second, but the Ghent ran to an impressive fourth place in 12.94. Normally Berings especially her kanonstart, but in Monaco was her second wedstrijddeel remarkably well.

The profits went to Monaco to the American Queen Harrison in 12.64. Her compatriot Dawn Harper-Nelson was second in 12.90, the Jamaican Yanique Thompson third in 12.92.

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