Birhan Nebebew

Biography

Birhan Tesfaye Nebebew (blessed 14 August 1994) can be an Ethiopian male long-distance runner who competes in track, street and cross-country running. He initial emerged on the highway with runner-up surface finishes on the 2012 Rennes 10K and Istanbul 15K. He gained the latter competition the following calendar year. His worldwide debut came on the 2013 IAAF Globe CROSS-COUNTRY Championships, where he positioned sixth and distributed in the group gold. He obtained selection using a runner-up surface finish in the junior section on the Jan Meda CROSS-COUNTRY behind Hagos Gebrhiwet. Birhan had four wins over the professional circuit in 2014: two France cross-country races, Combination de l’Acier and Combination Ouest-France, and two American street races, the Cooper River Bridge Work and Hy-Vee Street Races. He received his initial senior nationwide call-up that calendar year but didn’t finish off the 10,000 metres on the 2014 African Championships in Athletics. After a tranquil 2015, he was runner-up on the 2016 Ethiopian CROSS-COUNTRY Championships and had taken tenth and a group bronze medal on the 2016 African CROSS-COUNTRY Championships.

International competitions

Year Competition Place Position Event Records 2013 World CROSS-COUNTRY Championships Bydgoszcz, Poland 6th Junior competition 21:42 1st Junior group 23 pts 2014 African Championships Marrakesh, Morocco — 10,000 m DNF 2016 African CROSS-COUNTRY Championships Yaoundé, Cameroon 10th Senior competition 27:48 3rd Senior group 41 pts

Circuit wins

Mix de l'Acier: 2014 Mix Ouest-France: 2014 Cooper River Bridge Work: 2014 Hy-Vee Street Races: 2014 Istanbul 15K: 2013

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