Etched in the record books!

Earlier today Jamaica’s Aisha Praught shocked the sporting world when she bested the 2015 World Under-18 and 2016 World Under-20 champion Celliphine Chespol of Kenya to claim gold in the 3,000m steeplechase event at the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia

Praught shifted into a higher gear at the final water jump before bolting down the track to claim victory for  Jamaica in a time of 9:21.00.

Chespol was second with a time of 9:22.61 while her compatriot – the defending champion Purity Kirui was third in 9:25.74.

The win represents Jamaica’s first gold medal in steeplechase at a major event.

Aisha on her training via The Shoe Addicts:

Aisha Praught-Leer – Screenshot via Sportsmax

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Etched in the record books! Earlier today Jamaica's Aisha Praught shocked the sporting world when she bested the 2015 World Under-18 and 2016 World Under-20 champion Celliphine Chespol of Kenya to claim gold in the 3,000m steeplechase event at the Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast, Australia Praught shifted into a higher...

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