The men’s 10,000 meters has been called the March of Death. It was hot and humid and many of the top contenders were reduced to jogging, some not finishing. Galen Rupp showed his supremacy at this event with his fine win, in 27:55.04. Shadrack Kipkirchir, of the US Army, took second in 28:01.52, all six of those seconds of separation came during the final 200 meters, and Leonard Korir, who ran 28:16.97 for third. Here is their presser after the difficult race, filmed by Tim Jeffreys for the Shoe Addicts.
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