Ethiopian runner Ibrahim Jeilan came second in the men 10,000 meters long distance run of Moscow World Championships 2013. The winner of the race was, as was much anticipated earlier, Mo Farah of Britain. He won gold a time of 27min 21sec.
Ibrahim Jeilan, the Ethiopian long distance runner, took the silver while Kenya’s Paul Tanui finished third to win the bronze. The race began at an easy pace over the first 2,000m after which the speed of the race appeared to have increased. The Kenyan Moses Tanui led the field for several laps. As the bell sounded, Farah stretched his legs forward, but Ethiopia’s Ibrahim Jeilan did the same with strong pace.
Yet at last Farah won the race and add another championships gold to his name.