SHOWS: FONTVIEILLI, MONACO (AUGUST 14, 2020) (POOL VIA REUTERS - ACCESS ALL)
1. STILL PHOTO SHOWING UGANDA'S JOSHUA CHEPTEGEI RUNNING DURING THE 5,000 METRES RACE AT THE MONACO DIAMOND LEAGUE MEET EN ROUTE TO SETTING A NEW WORLD RECORD TIME OF 12 MINUTES, 35.36 SECONDS
2. STILL PHOTO SHOWING CHEPTEGEI AFTER FINISHING THE RACE
3. STILL PHOTO SHOWING CHEPTEGEI CELEBRATING WITH UGANDAN FLAG
4. VARIOUS STILL PHOTOS SHOWING CHEPTEGEI POSING NEXT TO CLOCK SHOWING NEW WORLD RECORD TIME
STORY: Uganda's Joshua Cheptegei produced a brilliant display of solo running to break Kenenisa Bekele's 16-year-old 5,000 metres world record by almost two seconds at the Monaco Diamond League meeting on Friday (August 14, 2020).
Cheptegei had predicted a world record run in the first Diamond League meeting of the season and duly delivered as he clocked 12 minutes, 35.36 seconds, destroying the 12:37.35 that Bekele set in the Netherlands in 2004.