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Abiy ahemed and lema megersa for a new party beltsgena in are country The first annual “Great African Run” in Washington DC will take place on July 21, 2019 marking Ethiopian Day, according to the Ethiopian Embassy in U.S.A. At a press briefing held yesterday, Ambassador Fitsum Arega said the event is a day which will be celebrated together with African brothers and sisters. He added that the event supports the effort started by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed to strengthen the bondage in the Horn of Africa and further help Africans to get closer. Ambassador Fitsum pointed out that the event is going to be beyond a one-day race that creates strong bondage among the African people. Organizer of the Great African Run and Board Chairperson, Gashaw Abeza said many participants are expected to take part in the 5 km run. He added that the race is prepared to engage Africans through sports and various cultural festivities. Office for the African Union (AU) Washington DC Head, Arikana Chihombori said strengthening the bondage among Africans using such a platform gives meaning to the efforts and hard work for athletics. She added that the event is part of the 2063 agenda of increasing diaspora engagement in Africa. Famous African athletes, musicians, politicians, religious leaders, and celebrities are expected to participate in the competition.

Africa has won her first gold medal at the Rio Olympics thanks to the record breaking effort of Ethiopia’s Almaz Ayana in the women’s 10,000m. Ayana raced to gold, breaking the world record over the distance – her time of 29 minutes 17.45 seconds dethroned the previous mark (29:31.78) by China’s Wang Junxia, a record set 23 years ago. “This means everything for me. I never thought that this would happen and I’m so in awe. I’m very happy to get here,” Ayana said after the race. displayAdvert("mpu_3") This means everything for me. I never thought that this would happen and I'm so in awe. I'm very happy to get here. The International Association of Athletics Federations, (IAAF) took to Twitter to congratulate the new world record holder on her feat. WORLD RECORD 29:17.45 Almaz Ayana is the first #Athletics #Olympics champion in #Rio2016 pic.twitter.com/F8voeTXX5x— IAAF (@iaaforg) August 12, 2016 Congratulations Almaz Ayana (#ETH) on breaking the WR in women's 10000m and taking #gold! #Olympics #Rio2016 pic.twitter.com/TxTkwizVhR— Olympics (@Olympics) August 12, 2016 Africa bags silver and bronze Africa bagged the other medal slots in the same race as Kenya’s Vivian Cheruiyot won the silver
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