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Kenenisa Bekele and Tirunesh Dibaba take top honours Print E-mail
Written by UK Athletics   
Monday, 31 March 2008

Kenenisa BekeleTirunesh DibabaBeginning in driving rainstorms and ending under blue skies, the 36th IAAF World Cross Country Championships saw some truly world class athletes braving the mud and hills of Holyrood Park.

Thousands of athletics fans lined the course of one the most picturesque cross country settings on the planet to witness some breathtaking action.

True to expectations, Kenenisa Bekele and Tirunesh Dibaba both made impressive world class comebacks as they won the senior titles, in a day where all four seasons were demonstrated in the two hours of world class endurance racing.

See also Bekele claims record sixth title (BBC) 

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