Ethiopian and Kenyan athletes won Paris Diamond League with new records.
New records were recorded at two different distances at the Paris diamond league.
The Paris Diamond League competition was held last night and Ethiopian and Kenyan athletes won.
Ethiopian athlete Lemecha Girma broke the 3000 steeplechase record that had been held for 19 years and won.
It was the second record in a month for Lemecha, who had before the competition that he would break the record.
When the athlete won with a time of 7:51:11, the other Ethiopian, Abraham Seme
8:10:73 personal best time and finished with 4th place.
A few days ago, the Kenyan Fez Kipyogen, who broke the 1500m world record, improved the record that had been held for 8 years in the 5000m race in which she competed for the first time.
Letesenbet Gidey, who holds the record before for the same distance and participated in the competition.
In the same Diamond League, Emmanuel Wanyiweni from Kenya won in 800 meters, while in 100 meters, Kenyan Ferdinand Omanyala and Botswanan Letisle Thibogo finished second and third.