Swiss 10,000m titles won by Fabienne Schlumpf in 32:16.37 and Tadesse Abraham, 29:17.70

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Fabienne Schlumpf 1.jpgFabienne Schlumpf, photo by You Tube

Tadesse Abraham1.jpgTadesse Abraham, photo by You Tube

This is a piece on the Swiss 10,000m championships, which happened June 26, 2020.

Fabienne Schlumpf 2.jpgFabienne Schlumpf, photo by You Tube

Tadesse Abraham2.jpgTadesse Abraham, photo by Swiss-running.ch

USTER (SUI, Jun 26): Helen Bekele from Ethiopia was the winner of the 10 000 m race here in 32:12.49 PB. Second placer European steeple medalist Fabienne Schlumpf debuted at the distance with good 32:16.37 and won the Swiss title. Guests dominated in men´s race. Austrian Andreas Vojta won in 28:30.28 PB over German Simon Boch 28:31.94 PB and Belgian Michael Somers 28:59.39. Fourth best Swiss, the top marathon runner Tadesse Abraham with 29:17.70 and the national title. Women steeple (non championships event) was won by German Elena Burkard in 9:53.67.

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