‘Incredible’ McColgan wins 10,000m gold | BBC Sport

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Scotland’s Eilish McColgan wins gold in the 10,000m, holding off the challenge of Kenya’s Irine Cheptai in an “incredible” final lap at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.

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