Kejelcha, the 2016 and 2018 World indoor champion, stormed 54.96 seconds over the bell lap and destroyed the men's 3000m in a new personal best of 7:28.00, a time that puts him in 14th place in history. His compatriot, Berihu Aregawi, came in second in 7:42.12 as Brett Robinson of Austraila finished in third place in 7:51.67.
Elsewhere, in the men's 400m race Rabah Yousif of Great Britain clocked 45.92 for the win. The men's 800m race too local athlete Andreas Kramer in 1:45.27, while the women's 800m race won Anna Sabat of Poland in 2:01.70.
Women's high jump winner Russia's Mariya Lasisteke cleared 1.97m.
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