|3000 Metres||7:54.15||Eurajoki||06 JUN 2010|
|5000 Metres||13:12.23||New York City, NY||11 JUN 2011|
|10,000 Metres||27:06.35||Eugene, OR||03 JUN 2011|
|10 Kilometres||27:53||Den Haag||11 MAR 2012|
|15 Kilometres||42:06||Den Haag||11 MAR 2012|
|20 Kilometres||56:02||Ras Al Khaimah||15 FEB 2013|
|Half Marathon||58:54||Ras Al Khaimah||15 FEB 2013|
|25 Kilometres||1:13:13||Berlin||29 SEP 2013|
|30 Kilometres||1:28:01||Berlin||29 SEP 2013|
|Marathon||2:06:12||Berlin||30 SEP 2012|
|2013||58:54||Ras Al Khaimah||15 FEB|
|2012||59:26||Den Haag||11 MAR|
|2011||59:31||New Delhi||27 NOV|
|39th IAAF World Cross Country Championships||1||22:21||Punta Umbría||20 MAR 201|
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