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Night of PBs 2019 - Part 6

Night  of 10k PB’s Race 6

19.15 Race 6 Women’s ‘B Race
1 Nina Lauwaert (Belgium) 32:52.9; 2 Nina Savina (Belerus) 32:52.36; 3 Savilay Eytemis (Turkey) 32:54.36

Nina Lauwaert “Since I was six I have run but I have been competing seriously for two years, at this level.  The marathon and 5 & 10k
I want to run in the Olympic Games. My best for the marathon is 2:30.22.
I train from a training camp now’
Her Belgian coach is pleased the way she ran. He said she is more of ‘A’ runner and should have been in that race!.’

Night of 10k PB’s Race 7
20.00 Race 7 1 Yitayew Abuhay (Israel) 28:44.74; 2 Italo Quazzola (Italy) 28:44.97; 3 Gashau Ayale (Israel) 28:50.47

Israel Team Manager “He trains with a group at Tel Aviv.”
This race was fought out by about five runners. It looked as though the two runners from Israel were going to win it but were eventually split by an Italian Italo Quazzola (Born 10/5/94) who talked to me then “ I ran it easy then pushed the last lap My PB was 28:48 and I did 28:44
“I first started running in the school cross country. I was 2nd & 3rd. I started to love running when I was 14. Kenenisa Bekele was the one who inspired me, it was his style of running.‘
I do 120 Kilometres a week running.
‘I work hard in the day so sometimes tired when I go out running,”
“I love cross-country. I ran in the European under 23 in February. My best was a 18th in a European race in 2015. As an Under 23 he cane 55th of 114 in the Under 23 World cross. He has done 8:46.27 for the 3000 steeplehchase and 65.30 for the half marathon.

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