Somali athlete eyes up 5000m title

Runner Abdi-shakur Nageye Abdulle aims to follow in steps of his heroes as he embarks on World Championships journey.

    Abdi-shakur Nageye Abdulle is a Somali athlete who is putting the final touches to his World Championships 5000m campaign.

    Al Jazeera talks to the runner about his hopes for the competition, and the challenges he faces while training in Somalia.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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