Aurelie Muller’s Rio Redemption: Keeps World 10km Crown For France’s 2nd Gold

Aurelie Muller of France retains the world 10km title a year after organisers contributed to shattering her Olympic dreams at Rio 2016

Rio Redemption. France’s Aurelie Muller, disqualified in questionable circumstances after a podium finish in the Olympic marathon last year, shook off her challengers on the last lap of the world-title 10km battle on Lake Balaton in Hungary this morning on her way to retaining the global crown in 2 hours 13.70sec. Samantha Arevalo, of Ecuador, took silver 3.50sec adrift Muller, while Braizil’e Ana Cunha and Italy’s Arianna Bridi shared bronze on 2:17.20

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Rio Redemption. France’s Aurelie Muller, disqualified in questionable circumstances after a podium finish in the Olympic marathon last year, shook off her challengers on the last lap of the world-title 10km battle on Lake Balaton in Hungary this morning on her way to retaining the global crown in 2 hours 13.70sec. Samantha Arevalo, of Ecuador, took silver 3.50sec adrift Muller, while Braizil’e Ana Cunha and Italy’s Arianna Bridi shared bronze on 2:17.20

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