Geremew in 2019
|Born||12 February 1992|
Geremews career started in cross country running. He ran in the junior category at the 2010 IAAF World Cross Country Championships and placed 16th overall – he was not a point-scoring runner for the Ethiopian team. He returned to the same venue (Bydgoszcz) as a senior competitor at the 2013 IAAF World Cross Country Championships, though his 24th-place finish again left him out of the team point scoring.
In 2012 he won the 10k Paderborner Osterlauf in Germany in 27:53 min.
He became the first person to win twice at the Yangzhou Jianzhen International Half Marathon, winning four times in a row, including a course record of 59:52 minutes – the fastest achieved in a Chinese race.
In 2015 he was the winner of the Ras Al Khaimah Half Marathon.
On 15 May 2016 he won the Bangalore 10k in a time of 28:36, after his victory the previous year. At the 2018 edition of the run, he placed third in a time of 28:39 after fellow countrymen BIrhanu Legese with 28:38 and the winner Geoffrey Kamworor (Kenya) in 28:18.
|2010||World Cross Country Championships||Bydgoszcz, Poland||16th||Junior race||23:00|
|2013||World Cross Country Championships||Bydgoszcz, Poland||24th||Senior race||34:09|
|2015||World Championships||Beijing, China||11th||10,000 m||28:07.50|
|2018||2018 Chicago Marathon||Chicago, USA||2nd||Marathon||2:05:24|
|2019||2019 London Marathon||London, United Kingdom||2nd||Marathon||2:02:55|
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