Almaz Ayana smashed the world record to win Olympic gold in the women’s 10,000m in Rio.
The 24-year-old, racing the distance on the track for only the second time, obliterated the field to finish in 29 minutes 17.45 seconds, breaking the previous record by over 14 seconds.
Britain’s Jo Pavey was 15th in her fifth Olympics at age 42, setting a season’s best time of 31:33.44.
Kenya’s Vivian Cheriot, the 2012 bronze medallist, finished second in 29:32.53.
Defending champion Tirunesh Dibaba of Ethiopia only managed third but in a personal best time of 29:42.56 – one of 18 personal bests in the race.