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Dutch runner makes incredible comeback from fall to win her qualifying race

Dutch runner makes incredible comeback from fall to win her qualifying race

The runner made an astounding comeback after taking a tumble in the women's 1500 metre qualifying race.

Dutch runner makes incredible comeback from fall to win her qualifying race

Dutch runner Sifan Hassan has wowed Olympic fans after winning her heat in the women’s 1500 metre race, despite falling over 300 metres before the finish line.

The 28-year-old middle and long-distance runner fell to the ground after coming into contact with another competitor.

Hassan picked herself up and made an incredible dashed past the other runners in the 300-metre sprint to the finish, managing to win the race by just 0.11 seconds.


Hassan, who is the only athlete in history to win the 1500 and 10,000 metres events at the 2019 World Championships, is also competing in the 3000 metre and 5000 metre events at the Tokyo 2020 Games.

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