China News Service, September 5th. In the early morning of the 5th Beijing time, the IAAF Diamond League Brussels station ended the competition, and three long-distance running world records were broken.
In the women's one-hour run, the Dutch star Hassan set a new world record with 18930 meters.
In the men's one-hour run, the British long-distance runner Mo Farah set a new world record with 21,330 meters, and Belgian Abdi raised the men's 20,000 meters world record to 56 minutes 20 seconds 02.
Due to the epidemic, there are not many items in the Diamond League Brussels station.
The women's one-hour race took the lead. With a powerful sprint in the last minute, Hassan fixed the score at 18930 meters, breaking the world record of 18,517 meters set by Ethiopian player Tuney in 2008.
The men’s 1-hour race was finally held. In the first half of the race, under the leadership of the pacer, Mo Farah steadily moved forward. In the final 15 minutes of the race, Farah and Belgian athlete Abdi began to speed up. Abdi took the lead in breaking through 20,000 meters. The result was 56 minutes 20 seconds 02, breaking the men's 20,000 meters world record held by Gebresilassie.
Mo Farah exerted his strength at the last minute and finally fixed his score at 21,330 meters, breaking the world record of 21,285 meters set by Gebresilassie in 2007.
Abdi set the second best result in the history of the project with 21,322 meters.
Results of other events in the Diamond League Brussels Station.
In the men's 200 meters, Italian Desaru won the championship in 20.39 seconds.
In the women's 100 meters, Rosius, who played at home, won the championship in 11.43 seconds.
In the women's 400 meters, Poland's Witan won the championship in 52.13 seconds.
In the women's 100-meter hurdles, Belgium's Zagreb won the championship in 13.21 seconds.