Tizita Bogale

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Tizita Bogale Ashame [1] (born July 13, 1993) is an Ethiopian runner who specializes in the middle distance events.



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2010 World Junior Championships Moncton, Canada 1st1500 m 4:08.06
2012 World Indoor Championships Istanbul, Turkey 4th1500 m 4:10.98

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  1. "Tizita Bogale". Olympedia. OLYMadMen. Retrieved January 4, 2022.