Habesha Corner We Are Ethiopians! Let's Learn From The Past Mistakes And Focus On The Future

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#Ethiopia ኢትዮጵያዊ ነን! ከመጥፎ ታሪካችን እንማር!!

Christian Coleman looked every inch the natural successor to Usain Bolt as the fastest man in athletics, sweeping in a blur to a majestic 60 metres victory at the world indoor championships on Saturday. A night of remarkable drama at Arena Birmingham saw Ethiopia’s Genzebe Dibaba win her second gold in three days in the 1,500 metres while Czech Pavel Maslak won his third 400 metres crown after a sensational double disqualification. The next Usain Bolt? Yet it was the 21-year-old American Coleman, winner of two silvers at last year’s world outdoor championships in London, who hogged centre stage, following up his world record of 6.34 seconds set last month with an emphatic win in 6.37 seconds. displayAdvert("mpu_3") I have a good chance to lead the sport in the post-Bolt era but like I’ve told so many others, loads of guys have the talent It was the joint second fastest sprint in history, ensuring that the Atlanta flyer, the fastest man at 100 metres in 2017, has now run the three quickest times ever at the shorter distance. “I have a good chance to lead the sport in the post-Bolt era but like I’ve told so many others, loads of guys have
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