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Dublin (DPA) – Alina Reh, who won bronze at the European Cross-Country Championships, on the other hand, lost a medal to Constance Klosterhalfen.
Closter Halfen finished fifth in Dublin and even seemed to have a chance of the title after running with one and a half laps left in the top group.
In the end, Norway’s Caroline Bergkeli Groddel and Sweden’s Meraf Bahta could not be followed by Olympic Eighth Olympic winners over 10,000 meters. Reh finished third, 19 seconds, eight kilometers from SCC Berlin. Thanks to the result of their two top runners, the German women won silver in the team standings.
In the men’s race, Jacob Ingenbrigzesen won and thus secured the Norwegian double victory. Philimine Abraham, who finished 14th, was the best German starter. The German U20 juniors celebrated the title in the Irish capital, and Emma Heckel won the bronze medal for Regensburg. Since all three of her teammates were in the top ten, the DSV selection team was at the top of the rankings.
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