Gudaf Tsegaye finished first in the 10,000-meter women’s race at the World Athletics Championships in Budapest, Hungary, in a timing of 31:27.18.
In 31:28.16, Letesenbet Gidey took up the silver medal, following closely behind.
Ejgayehu Taye came in third in 31:28.31, closely behind.
Gudaf Tsegay, an Ethiopian distance runner, proved her indestructible spirit by capturing the gold medal in the women’s 10,000-meter race at the World Championships. Thousands of spectators watched the race in Budapest’s stadium, and it is without a doubt one of the most thrilling in athletics history.
There were numerous lead changes, clever manoeuvres, and attention-grabbing speed from the start of the 25-lap race. The race’s final few laps, though, are what really cemented it as a legendary fight.