June 26, 2022

Canada’s Moh Ahmed, centre, in an Aug. 6, 2021, file picture.Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press

Moh Ahmed has rewritten his personal Canadian document within the 10,000 metres as soon as once more.

The 31-year-old from St. Catharines, Ont., ran 26 minutes 34.14 seconds to complete second on the Sound Operating Ten on Sunday evening.

That bettered his earlier mark of 26:59.35 set on the 2019 world championships in Doha, Qatar.

Grant Fisher ran an American document of 26:33.84 in profitable Sunday’s race.

Ahmed captured silver within the 5,000 ultimately summer time’s Tokyo Olympics, Canada’s first-ever Olympic medal at that distance.

He holds Canadian information within the 3,000, 5,000 and 10,000 metres open air, plus the three,000 and 5,000 indoors.

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