Athletics: Kenyans take top four places

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Kenyans filled the first four places at the second meet of the World Cross-Country Challenge in Brussels yesterday. Paul Tergat came home in 30min 31sec over the 10,500m course, beating his compatriot and standings leader Shem Kororia by one second.

Five Britons finished in the first 20 - Keith Cullen was highest placed in seventh.

Kenya's Rose Cheruiyot still leads the women's standings, despite being beaten into second by Finland's Annemari Sandell.