Asked to describe his perspective on how the race played out Ahmed told Athletics Illustrated, “The race went off as expected – pretty quick.I got shuffled right to the back of the pack from the get-go and found myself right behind my training partner Ryan Hill, which allowed me to relax and find rhythm – given the familiarity with his stride pattern.Ahmed’s third-place performance, which included him uncharacteristically taking the lead with a lap to go, caused a social media flutter that likely provoked all sorts of non-running folk to ask, who is Mo Ahmed?Running on the cusp of sub-13; toying in the area seemingly reserved in the annals of track history for athletes who are almost exclusively from two countries: Ethiopia and Kenya, is simply stuff of legend.I made some good decisions to steadily move up mid-way through the race, which culminated in me taking over the lead with a lap to go.I got a little too excited once I took the lead, which nation, inviting the world to contest hundreds of events and starting in just 68 days, will include Ahmed in the 5,000-metres.
Levins finished a solid 11 in the time of .68, seven places up on Ahmed and his .91 finish time. On expectations at Pre, Ahmed shared, “Going into the race my main objective was to be as competitive as possible. I guess my PB and the Canadian record being exactly that meant I was targeting a Canadian record, but honestly I’d hoped to be competitive, that’s all.
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