2021 European 10,000m Cup

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2021 European 10,000m Cup
Birmingham 2021 logo.jpg
Organisers EAA
Edition24th
Date5 June
Host city Birmingham, Great Britain Flag of the United Kingdom.svg
Venue University of Birmingham Athletics Track
Events2
Official website Official website
2022

The 2021 European 10,000m Cup took place on 5 June 2021 in Birmingham. [1] The races should have taken place on Parliament Hill Athletics Track in London, Great Britain. [2] in conjunction with the Night of the 10,000m PBs in London for the third successive edition but this event was cancelled in January 2021 due to concerns that the Parliament Hill was not yet a coronavirus-secure facility. [3] The event was postponed and moved to the University of Birmingham Athletics Track and combined the British Athletics 10,000m Championships which also served as the qualifying event for the 2020 Summer Olympic Games.

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Medallists

EventGoldSilverBronze
Individual
Men Flag of France.svg Morhad Amdouni
27:23.39 PB
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Bashir Abdi
27:24.41 PB
Flag of Spain.svg Carlos Mayo
27:25.00 PB
Women Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Eilish McColgan
31:19.35
Flag of Israel.svg Selamawit Teferi
31:19.50 PB
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Jessica Judd
31:20.96 PB
Team
MenFlag of France.svg  France
1:23:16.93
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
1:23:33.77
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain
1:23:42.64
WomenFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
1:34:24.01
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy
Giovanna Epis
Anna Arnaudo
Rebecca Lonedo
Federica Sugamiele
Martina Merlo [4]
1:39:32.49
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland
1:40:26.05

Results

Men race A

#RunnerTimeNotes
1 Flag of France.svg Morhad Amdouni 27:23.39 PB
2 Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Bashir Abdi 27:24.41 PB
3 Flag of Spain.svg Carlos Mayo 27:25.00 PB
4 Flag of Germany.svg Nils Voigt 27:49.04 PB
5 Flag of France.svg Yann Schrub  [ fr ]27:49.64 PB
6 Flag of Spain.svg Jesús Ramos 27:49.73 PB
7 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Marc Scott 27:49.94
8 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Mo Farah 27:50.64
9 Flag of Italy.svg Nekagenet Crippa 27:51.93 PB
10 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Emile Cairess 27:53.19 PB
11 Flag of France.svg Mehdi Frère 28:03.90 PB
12 Flag of Ireland.svg Hiko Tonosa Haso 28:13.10
13 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Matt Leach 28:22.33
14 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Kristian Jones 28:23.50 PB
15 Flag of Israel.svg Tadesse Getahon 28:24.82
16 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Mohamud Aadan 28:25.79 PB
17 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Mahamed Mahamed 28:26.77 PB
18 Flag of Spain.svg Juan Antonio Pérez 28:27.91
19 Flag of France.svg Florian Carvalho de Fonsesco 28:35.04
20 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Hugo Milner 28:36.95
21 Flag of Italy.svg Alberto Mondazzi 28:38.97 PB
22 Flag of Spain.svg Yago Rojo 28:43.70
23 Flag of Italy.svg Italo Quazzola 28:50.27
24 Flag of Romania.svg Nicolae Alexandru Soare 28:50.66
25 Flag of France.svg François Barrer 28:52.88
26 Flag of Spain.svg Raul Celada 28:56.48
27 Flag of Ukraine.svg Ivan Strebkov 29:07.93
28 Flag of Poland.svg Krystian Zalewski 29:11.48
29 Flag of Italy.svg Iliass Aouani 29:24.42
30 Flag of Italy.svg Francesco Breusa 29:28.98
31 Flag of Israel.svg Bukayaw Malede 29:32.50
32 Flag of Ukraine.svg Roman Romanenko 29:33.58
33 Flag of France.svg Fabien Palcau 30:24.31
34 IAAF flag (2017).svg Tachlowini Gabriyesos 30:29.91
35 Flag of Spain.svg Jorge Blanco 30:33.28
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Jake Smith DNF
Flag of Israel.svg Yitayew Abuhay DNF
Flag of Portugal.svg Samuel Barata DNF

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