Jacob Ingebrigtsen showed a great distance of 1500 meters during a meeting in France. The Norwegian set a new indoor world record. Representatives of Poland also participated in the competition.
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Jacob Ingbrigtsen has watched what was happening on the treadmill since the start of the 1500m. He was running at the top of the pack and took the lead by a lap and a half before the finish.
The 21-year-old showed a very strong finishing touch and reached the finish line with a time of 3: 30.60, a new indoor world record. The Norwegian improved the previous record by just over four tenths of a second.
– Nice for her to come back. You always run fast here. I’m really happy, it’s great. I like to finish working harder and faster near the end – said the new record holder, citing nrk.no.
Samuel Tefera, the 2018 Indoor World Champion, finished second. However, his time was three seconds worse than the world record holder (3:33,70).
Michai Rosemes finished fifth at the finish line. He cut the 1500m pole in a time of 3:38.82, the minimum for the indoor world championship. Marcin Lewandowski finished seventh (3:44.69).
– this is the end! The exciting decision of the Polish star
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