5000 metres

The 5000 metres or 5000-metre run (approximately 3.1 mi or 16,404 ft) is a common long-distance running event in track and field. It is one of the track events in the Olympic Games and the World Championships in Athletics, run over 12.5 laps of a standard track. The same distance in road running is called a 5K run. The 5000 m has been present on the Olympic programme since 1912 for men and since 1996 for women. Prior to 1996, women had competed in an Olympic 3000 metres race since 1984. The 5000 m has been held at each of the World Championships in Athletics in men's competition and since 1995 in women's.

Athletics
5000 metres
Runners in the 5000 metres at IAAF World Championships in Osaka 2007.
Men's records
World Kenenisa Bekele (ETH) 12:37.35 (2004)
Olympic Kenenisa Bekele (ETH) 12:57.82 (2008)
Women's records
World Tirunesh Dibaba (ETH) 14:11.15 (2008)
Olympic Vivian Cheruiyot (KEN) 14:26.17 (2016)

The event is almost the same length as the dolichos race held at the Ancient Olympic Games, introduced in 720 BCE. While mainly run as an outdoor event, the 5000 m is sometimes run on an indoor track. The IAAF keeps official records for both outdoor and indoor 5000-metre track events.[1][2]

3 miles

5000 metres is the slightly longer metric derivative of the 3-mile run, an event common in countries when they were using the imperial measurement system. 3 miles was used in the Commonwealth Games until 1966 and was a championship in the United States in non-Olympic years from 1953 to 1973. It is 12 laps around a quarter-mile (440-yard), 1320 ft 0 in (402.33 m) track.

All-time top 25 long-distance runners

Men

  • Correct as of September 2018.[3]
Pos Time Athlete Date Venue Ref
1 12:37.35 Kenenisa Bekele (ETH)31 May 2004Hengelo
2 12:39.36 Haile Gebrselassie (ETH)13 June 1998Helsinki
3 12:39.74 Daniel Komen (KEN)22 August 1997Brussels
4 12:43.02  Selemon Barega (ETH) 31 August 2018 Brussels [4]
5 12:45.82  Hagos Gebrhiwet (ETH) 31 August 2018 Brussels [5]
6 12:46.53 Eliud Kipchoge (KEN)2 July 2004Rome
7 12:46.79  Yomif Kejelcha (ETH) 31 August 2018 Brussels [6]
8 12:46.81 Dejen Gebremeskel (ETH)6 July 2012Paris[7]
9 12:47.04 Sileshi Sihine (ETH)2 July 2004Rome
10 12:48.64 Isaiah Kiplangat Koech (KEN)6 July 2012Paris[7]
11 12:48.66 Isaac Songok (KEN)18 August 2006Zürich
12 12:48.77 Yenew Alamirew (ETH)6 July 2012Paris[7]
13 12:48.81 Stephen Cherono (KEN)12 June 2003Ostrava
14 12:49.04 Thomas Pkemei Longosiwa (KEN)6 July 2012Paris[7]
15 12:49.28 Brahim Lahlafi (MAR)25 August 2000Brussels
16 12:49.50 John Kipkoech (KEN)6 July 2012Paris[7]
17 12:49.71 Mohammed Mourhit (BEL)25 August 2000Brussels
18 12:49.87 Paul Tergat (KEN)13 August 1997Zürich
19 12:50.24 Hicham El Guerrouj (MAR)12 June 2003Ostrava
20 12:50.25 Abderrahim Goumri (MAR)26 August 2005Brussels
21 12:50.55 Moses Ndiema Masai (KEN)1 June 2008Berlin
22 12:50.72 Moses Ndiema Kipsiro (UGA)14 September 2007Brussels
23 12:50.80 Salah Hissou (MAR)5 June 1996Rome
24 12:50.86 Ali Saïdi-Sief (ALG)30 June 2000Rome
25 12:51.00 Joseph Ebuya (KEN)14 September 2007Brussels

Notes

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 12:49.60:

Women

  • Correct as of October 2019.[8]
PosTimeAthleteDateVenueRef
1 14:11.15 Tirunesh Dibaba (ETH)6 June 2008Oslo
2 14:12.59  Almaz Ayana (ETH) 2 June 2016 Rome [9]
3 14:12.88 Meseret Defar (ETH)22 July 2008Stockholm
4 14:15.41  Genzebe Dibaba (ETH) 4 July 2015 Saint-Denis [10]
5 14:18.37  Hellen Obiri (KEN) 8 June 2017 Rome [11]
6 14:20.68  Agnes Jebet Tirop (KEN) 21 July 2019 London [12]
7 14:20.87  Vivian Cheruiyot (KEN)29 July 2011Stockholm
8 14:22.12  Sifan Hassan (NED) 21 July 2019 London [13]
9 14:23.14  Letesenbet Gidey (ETH) 13 July 2018 Rabat [14]
10 14:23.33  Senbere Teferi (ETH) 13 July 2018 Rabat [15]
11 14:23.75  Liliya Shobukhova (RUS)19 July 2008Kazan
12 14:24.68 Elvan Abeylegesse (TUR)11 June 2004Bergen
13 14:26.76  Konstanze Klosterhalfen (GER) 3 August 2019 Berlin [16]
14 14:27.49  Margaret Kipkemboi (KEN) 5 October 2019 Doha [17]
15 14:27.55  Caroline Chepkoech Kipkirui (KEN) 1 September 2017 Brussels [18]
16 14:28.09 Jiang Bo (CHN)23 October 1997Shanghai
17 14:28.39 Sentayehu Ejigu (ETH)16 July 2010Paris
18 14:29.11 Paula Radcliffe (GBR)20 June 2004Bydgoszcz
19 14:29.32  Olga Yegorova (RUS)31 August 2001Berlin
 Berhane Adere (ETH)27 June 2003Oslo
21 14:29.60  Tsehay Gemechu (ETH) 5 October 2019 Doha [17]
22 14:29.82  Dong Yanmei (CHN) 23 October 1997 Shanghai
23 14:30.42 Sally Kipyego (KEN)8 September 2011Zürich
24 14:30.88 Gete Wami (ETH)5 August 2000Heusden-Zolder
25 14:31.14 Linet Chepkwemoi Masai (KEN)23 May 2010Shanghai

Notes

Below is a list of other times equal or superior to 14:31.14:

Olympic medalists

Men

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1912 Stockholm
Hannes Kolehmainen
 Finland
Jean Bouin
 France
George Hutson
 Great Britain
1920 Antwerp
Joseph Guillemot
 France
Paavo Nurmi
 Finland
Eric Backman
 Sweden
1924 Paris
Paavo Nurmi
 Finland
Ville Ritola
 Finland
Edvin Wide
 Sweden
1928 Amsterdam
Ville Ritola
 Finland
Paavo Nurmi
 Finland
Edvin Wide
 Sweden
1932 Los Angeles
Lauri Lehtinen
 Finland
Ralph Hill
 United States
Lauri Virtanen
 Finland
1936 Berlin
Gunnar Höckert
 Finland
Lauri Lehtinen
 Finland
Henry Jonsson
 Sweden
1948 London
Gaston Reiff
 Belgium
Emil Zátopek
 Czechoslovakia
Wim Slijkhuis
 Netherlands
1952 Helsinki
Emil Zátopek
 Czechoslovakia
Alain Mimoun
 France
Herbert Schade
 Germany
1956 Melbourne
Vladimir Kuts
 Soviet Union
Gordon Pirie
 Great Britain
Derek Ibbotson
 Great Britain
1960 Rome
Murray Halberg
 New Zealand
Hans Grodotzki
 United Team of Germany
Kazimierz Zimny
 Poland
1964 Tokyo
Bob Schul
 United States
Harald Norpoth
 United Team of Germany
Bill Dellinger
 United States
1968 Mexico City
Mohammed Gammoudi
 Tunisia
Kipchoge Keino
 Kenya
Naftali Temu
 Kenya
1972 Munich
Lasse Virén
 Finland
Mohammed Gammoudi
 Tunisia
Ian Stewart
 Great Britain
1976 Montreal
Lasse Virén
 Finland
Dick Quax
 New Zealand
Klaus-Peter Hildenbrand
 West Germany
1980 Moscow
Miruts Yifter
 Ethiopia
Suleiman Nyambui
 Tanzania
Kaarlo Maaninka
 Finland
1984 Los Angeles
Saïd Aouita
 Morocco
Markus Ryffel
 Switzerland
António Leitão
 Portugal
1988 Seoul
John Ngugi
 Kenya
Dieter Baumann
 West Germany
Hansjörg Kunze
 East Germany
1992 Barcelona
Dieter Baumann
 Germany
Paul Bitok
 Kenya
Fita Bayisa
 Ethiopia
1996 Atlanta
Vénuste Niyongabo
 Burundi
Paul Bitok
 Kenya
Khalid Boulami
 Morocco
2000 Sydney
Million Wolde
 Ethiopia
Ali Saïdi-Sief
 Algeria
Brahim Lahlafi
 Morocco
2004 Athens
Hicham El Guerrouj
 Morocco
Kenenisa Bekele
 Ethiopia
Eliud Kipchoge
 Kenya
2008 Beijing
Kenenisa Bekele
 Ethiopia
Eliud Kipchoge
 Kenya
Edwin Soi
 Kenya
2012 London
Mo Farah
 Great Britain
Dejen Gebremeskel
 Ethiopia
Thomas Pkemei Longosiwa
 Kenya
2016 Rio de Janeiro
Mo Farah
 Great Britain
Paul Kipkemoi Chelimo
 United States
Hagos Gebrhiwet
 Ethiopia

Women

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1996 Atlanta
Wang Junxia
 China
Pauline Konga
 Kenya
Roberta Brunet
 Italy
2000 Sydney
Gabriela Szabo
 Romania
Sonia O'Sullivan
 Ireland
Gete Wami
 Ethiopia
2004 Athens
Meseret Defar
 Ethiopia
Isabella Ochichi
 Kenya
Tirunesh Dibaba
 Ethiopia
2008 Beijing
Tirunesh Dibaba
 Ethiopia
Elvan Abeylegesse
 Turkey
Meseret Defar
 Ethiopia
2012 London
Meseret Defar
 Ethiopia
Vivian Cheruiyot
 Kenya
Tirunesh Dibaba
 Ethiopia
2016 Rio de Janeiro
Vivian Cheruiyot
 Kenya
Hellen Obiri
 Kenya
Almaz Ayana
 Ethiopia

World Championships medalists

Men

Championships Gold Silver Bronze
1983 Helsinki
 Eamonn Coghlan (IRL)  Werner Schildhauer (GDR)  Martti Vainio (FIN)
1987 Rome
 Saïd Aouita (MAR)  Domingos Castro (POR)  Jack Buckner (GBR)
1991 Tokyo
 Yobes Ondieki (KEN)  Fita Bayisa (ETH)  Brahim Boutayeb (MAR)
1993 Stuttgart
 Ismael Kirui (KEN)  Haile Gebrselassie (ETH)  Fita Bayisa (ETH)
1995 Gothenburg
 Ismael Kirui (KEN)  Khalid Boulami (MAR)  Shem Kororia (KEN)
1997 Athens
 Daniel Komen (KEN)  Khalid Boulami (MAR)  Tom Nyariki (KEN)
1999 Seville
 Salah Hissou (MAR)  Benjamin Limo (KEN)  Mohammed Mourhit (BEL)
2001 Edmonton
 Richard Limo (KEN)  Million Wolde (ETH)  John Kibowen (KEN)
2003 Saint-Denis
 Eliud Kipchoge (KEN)  Hicham El Guerrouj (MAR)  Kenenisa Bekele (ETH)
2005 Helsinki
 Benjamin Limo (KEN)  Sileshi Sihine (ETH)  Craig Mottram (AUS)
2007 Osaka
 Bernard Lagat (USA)  Eliud Kipchoge (KEN)  Moses Kipsiro (UGA)
2009 Berlin
 Kenenisa Bekele (ETH)  Bernard Lagat (USA)  James Kwalia C'Kurui (QAT)
2011 Daegu
 Mo Farah (GBR)  Bernard Lagat (USA)  Dejen Gebremeskel (ETH)
2013 Moscow
 Mo Farah (GBR)  Hagos Gebrhiwet (ETH)  Isiah Koech (KEN)
2015 Beijing
 Mo Farah (GBR)  Caleb Ndiku (KEN)  Hagos Gebrhiwet (ETH)
2017 London
 Muktar Edris (ETH)  Mo Farah (GBR)  Paul Chelimo (USA)
2019 Doha
 Muktar Edris (ETH)  Selemon Barega (ETH)  Mohammed Ahmed (CAN)

Women

Championships Gold Silver Bronze
1995 Gothenburg
 Sonia O'Sullivan (IRL)  Fernanda Ribeiro (POR)  Zahra Ouaziz (MAR)
1997 Athens
 Gabriela Szabo (ROU)  Roberta Brunet (ITA)  Fernanda Ribeiro (POR)
1999 Seville
 Gabriela Szabo (ROU)  Zahra Ouaziz (MAR)  Ayelech Worku (ETH)
2001 Edmonton
 Olga Yegorova (RUS)  Marta Dominguez (ESP)  Ayelech Worku (ETH)
2003 Saint-Denis
 Tirunesh Dibaba (ETH)  Marta Dominguez (ESP)  Edith Masai (KEN)
2005 Helsinki
 Tirunesh Dibaba (ETH)  Meseret Defar (ETH)  Ejegayehu Dibaba (ETH)
2007 Osaka
 Meseret Defar (ETH)  Vivian Cheruiyot (KEN)  Priscah Jepleting Cherono (KEN)
2009 Berlin
 Vivian Cheruiyot (KEN)  Sylvia Jebiwott Kibet (KEN)  Meseret Defar (ETH)
2011 Daegu
 Vivian Cheruiyot (KEN)  Sylvia Jebiwott Kibet (KEN)  Meseret Defar (ETH)
2013 Moscow
 Meseret Defar (ETH)  Mercy Cherono (KEN)  Almaz Ayana (ETH)
2015 Beijing
 Almaz Ayana (ETH)  Senbere Teferi (ETH)  Genzebe Dibaba (ETH)
2017 London
 Hellen Obiri (KEN)  Almaz Ayana (ETH)  Sifan Hassan (NED)
2019 Doha
 Hellen Obiri (KEN)  Margaret Chelimo Kipkemboi (KEN)  Konstanze Klosterhalfen (GER)

Season's bests

  • "i" indicates indoor performance.

See also

  • National champions 5000 metres (men)
  • National champions 5000 metres (women)

References

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