British distance runner Mo Farah became a three-time Olympic champion, winning the women’s 10 thousand meters at the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro with a time of 27 minutes 05,17 seconds. Four years ago in London he had no equal at distances of 5000 meters and 1000 meters.

Silver was won by Kenyan Paul Thane (27.05,64). The owner of bronze became Ethiopian Tamirat Tola – 27.06,26.

Diary of the 2016 Olympics: Schedule and results of competitions

In the sector for long jump was won by American Jeff Henderson, “flown away” in the finals of 8.38 meters. The second was a South African athlete, teaching and educational Association Manyonga (of 8.37), rounded out the top three winners of the representative of great Britain Greg Rutherford (8,29).

Jamaican athlete Elaine Thompson (and 10.71) faster than anyone has ran a hundred yards. Second went to American tori Bowie (of 10.83), a bronze medal earned the representative of Jamaica’s Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce (of 10.86).

In track and field heptathlon was not equal to the demand to the NAFI Thiam scored 6810 points. The favourites of the competition and the reigning Olympic champion Jessica Ennis-hill was second (6775), bronze to her collection of awards said the canadian, Brian Theisen Eaton (6653).

Recall that our athletes in the Olympics do not participate because of the disqualification of the national Federation. Sports arbitration court on July 21 unanimously decided to reject the claim of the Olympic Committee of Russia and 68 domestic athletes to the International Association of athletics federations (IIAF) on a non-admission to the Games.



Athlete Mo Farah of Britain became the triple Olympic champion 14.08.2016

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