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CAMILLE BUSCOMB RUNS PERSONAL BEST TO QUALIFY FOR TOKYO OLYMPIC GAMES

 

 

Camille Buscomb qualified for the Tokyo Olympic Games after setting a new personal best in the 10,000m at the world track and field championships in Doha.

The 29-year-old Waikato runner recorded  31min 13.20 sec to finish 12th overall on Saturday (Sunday NZ time).

CAMILLE BUSCOMB 'HAILS' AWESOME WEEK AT WORLD TRACK AND FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS

 

 

Waikato athlete Camille Buscomb reflected on "an awesome week" at the world championships in Doha after another personal best in the women's 5000m final.

The 29-year-old finished 12th in the 15-strong field on Saturday (Sunday NZ time) in 14min 58.59sec.

BUSCOMB SETS NEW BEST

 

 

New Zealander Camille Buscomb took full advantage of her invitation from the IAAF to the women's 5000m event at the World Championships in Doha, setting a personal best of 15min 02.19sec with a powerful final lap to place fifth in her heat and automatically qualify for the final and the Tokyo Olympics.

BUSCOMB ACHIEVES 2020 VISION

 

 

Cambridge runner Camille Buscomb has qualified for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games and set two new personal best running times in the process.

“I am so happy to finally put together some really good races when it really mattered,” Buscomb said hot off the back of beating her 10km and 5km personal best times at the world track and field championships in Doha.

INSIDE RUNNING PODCAST:

CAMILLE BUSCOMB

 

 

Camille Buscomb joins Julian to talk about where she sits in the Kiwi Athletic scene and growing up in the distance running scene in Hamilton, starting at age 8 and developing a love of racing.

FLYING BUSCOMB'S ON TRACK TO ACHIEVE GREATER THINGS

 

 

Having run away from New Zealand in search of a breakthrough, distance runner Camille Buscomb is out to prove herself at the world champs and, she hopes, the 2020 Olympics. 

CAMILLE BUSCOMB - THE ENDURANCE STAR ON WHY HER BEST IS YET TO COME

 

 

Camille Buscomb has enjoyed a hectic past couple of years, jam-packed with a wealth of athletics memories. The Kiwi endurance star tells Steve Landells why she is richer for the experience and why she is confident her best is yet to come.