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Aberu Kebede
Mmádu
ụdịekerenwanyị Dezie
mba o sịEthiopia Dezie
ụbọchị ọmụmụ ya12 Septemba 1989, 12 Septemba 1986 Dezie
Ebe ọmụmụShewa Dezie
Ọrụ ọ na-arụonye na-agba ọsọ marathon, asọmpi egwuregwu Dezie
ụdị egwuregwuegwuregwu Dezie
ịdọ aka ná ntị egwuregwu asọmpimarathon Dezie

Aberu Kebede Shewaye (amụrụ na ubochi iri abụo nke ọnwa Septemba na afọ 1989) bụ onye Ethiopia na-agba ọsọ ogologo oge bụ onye ọkachamara na asọmupi ịgba ọsọ n'okporo ụzọ. Ọkara marathon ya kachasị mma nke 1:07:39 bụ otu n'ime ndị kachasị ọsọ nke nwanyị Ethiopia. O nwetara ọla nchara na 2009 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships na arụmọrụ ma merie na Berlin Marathon, Stramilano Half Marathon na Rotterdam Marathon. O nwere marathon kacha mma nke 2:20:30 awa.

A mụrụ ya na Shewa, Ethiopia, ọ pụtara nke mbụ ya na ịgba ọsọ mba. Ebe ọ bụ na ọ bịara nke atọ na asọmupi ndị na-eto eto na 2007 Jan Meda Cross Country International, ọ ruru eru maka 2007 IAAF World Cross Country Championships, ebe ọ mechara na nke iri na isii na asọmupi ụmụ nwanyị.[1][2] Ọ bụ onye nke anọ na 2008 Women First 5K na Addis Ababa.[3]

O meriri Stramilano Half Marathon n'ọnwa Eprel na afọ 2009 ma, na-enwe obi ụtọ na o setịpụrụ ihe ndekọ na nke kachasị mma nke 1:08:43, ọ tụgharịrị uche ya na asọmupi ndị Etiopia.[4] O nwetara akara mba na 10,000 mita na Ethiopian Athletics Championships na Mee, na-emeri Mamitu Daska na Werknesh Kidane na nsọpụrụ ụlọ.[5] Ka e mesịrị n'ọnwa ahụ, ọ gbara ọsọ na World 10K Bangalore ma jiri sekọnd ole na ole tie ya ihe, n'ikpeazụ mechie na nke atọ.[6] Ọ meziwanyere 10,000m kacha mma ya na Utrecht na June, setịpụ oge nke 30:48.26.[7] A họpụtara ya maka 2009 World Championships in Athletics, mana n'ikpeazụ ọ naghị asọmupi.

Aberu gbara ọsọ na Women's 5K Challenge na London wee were nke atọ ọzọ na njedebe ọzọ dị nso.[8] Na-agba ọsọ na asọmupi mbụ ya, ya na Mary Keitany duziri maka ọtụtụ n'ime asọmupi IAAF World Half Marathon nke 2009. N'ikpeazụ, Keitany gbapụrụ ma Aberu jiri ọla nchara mechie mgbe ọ meriri na ọsọ ọsọ megide Philes Ongori. N'agbanyeghị nke ahụ, o jisiri ike melite ihe kachasị mma ya ruo oge 1:07:39 ma duru ụmụ nwanyị Etiopia gaa na nrite ọlaọcha nke otu.[9] Oge a mere ka ọ bụrụ nwanyị Ethiopia nke abụọ kachasị ọsọ n'ebe dị anya mgbe Dire Tune gasịrị.[10] N'ọnwa Nọvemba, ọ gwụchara na 1:07:59 maka nke atọ na Delhi Half Marathon, ọzọ n'azụ Keitany onye mebiri ihe ndekọ ahụ.[11]

Aberu meghere afọ ahụ site na mbido n'elu ọsọ marathon. Na Dubai Marathon, Mamitu Daska kụrụ ya ihe nrite US $ 250,000, mana ọ ka nọ n'ọnọdụ nke abụọ na nke mbụ ya, na-edekọ oge nke 2:24:26.[12] O bidoro nke ọma na 2010 Rotterdam Marathon ma hapụtụbeghị ụzọ, merie n'oge nke 2:25:25.[13] Ọ duziri Berlin Marathon site na arụmọrụ na-agba ọsọ n'ihu, na-eti onye Etiopia ibe ya Bezunesh Bekele iji merie asọmupi ahụ. O setịpụrụ oge kachasị mma nke 2:23:58 wee gbaa ọkara nke abụọ nke ọsọ ahụ ngwa ngwa karịa nke mbụ ya, gafee akara otu nkeji n'ihu ndị mmegide.[14] E meriri ya na ọsọ ọsọ na Delhi Half Marathon na Nọvemba, na-ewere ọnọdụ nke anọ sekọnd anọ n'azụ onye mmeri asọmupi Aselefech Mergia.[15] Ọ nọ n'elu ikpo okwu na 2011 Lisbon Half Marathon, na-eti Ana Dulce Felix ihe n'ahịrị.[16] Na London Marathon nke afọ ahụ, ọ nọ n'etiti ndị na-agba ọsọ na-eduga mana ọtụtụ ndị na-asọmupi meriri ya na nke ikpeazụ wee mechie n'ọnọdụ nke itoolu.[17]

2012 Dubai Marathon hụrụ ya na-agba ọsọ nke onwe ya nke 2:20:33 iji banye n'ime ụmụ nwanyị iri abụọ kachasị agba ọsọ kemgbe, ọ bụ ezie na ogo dị elu nke ọsọ ahụ pụtara na ọ gwụchara n'ọnọdụ nke ise n'ozuzu.[18][19] Ọ bụ onye nke isii na 2012 London Marathon sochiri ma ọ fọrọ nke nta ka ọ ghara ịnọ n'otu ebe na otu egwuregwu Olympic na ọsọ ya nke 31:09.28 maka nke ise na 10,000 m ule na Prefontaine Classic. Ọ nọ n'elu ikpo okwu na 2012 Berlin Marathon ma belata ihe kachasị mma ya site na sekọnd atọ ọzọ.[20] Afọ ya ji mmeri na Great Ethiopian Run na Ethiopian Clubs Cross Country Championships mechie.[21][22]

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