Zersenay Tadese Wins Spain’s Grand Prix Cáceres Provincial Race

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Zersenay Tadese and Amanuel Mesel dominate the Grand Prix Cáceres Provincial 

JUAN CARLOS RAMOS | hoy.es | February 9, 2014

Forecasts and world champions were met and record holder half marathon Zersenay Tadese had no rival in the Grand Prix de Cáceres Cross Country, which this year was held at the Dehesa Boyal Torrejoncillo circuit on a winding and difficult path in Regarding the topography of two kilometers. There were figures like Ethiopian Bezabeh, European champions Antonio Abbey and Ayad Lamdasem.

On a real gale wind and water and mud mat more than any other element, about 600 runners from different categories were slowly crossing the finish line to reach the two star race meeting.

Already in male category, over a distance of 10,600 meters, the Eritrean Zersenay Tadese (31:52) dominated from start to finish in a clear sign that you are in full authority in the face of attempting to assault world record half marathon he possesses. Second was fellow Eritrean Amanuel Mesel (32:17) and third Antonio Aragon Abbey (32:42), first Spanish race.

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