A. Kifle Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

Eritrean distance runner A. Kifle was born on February 20, 1998. A bronze medalist at the 2018 World Half Marathon Championships in Valencia, he is an accomplished athlete.

A. Kifle won the silver medal in the 10000 metre event at both the 2016 World U20 Championships and the 2019 All-African Games.


A. Kifle Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

After debuting in 2015, Kifle has been actively competing on an international stage. In Guiyang, China, on March 28, 2015.

A. Kifle Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

A. Kifle competed in the Under-20 race at the World Cross Country Championships and finished 19th.

At the 2015 World Athletics Championships, Aron competed in the 5000-meter heat and placed 11th, missing out on a spot in the final.

High Class Elite Field marks Frankfurt’s Return

On October 30th, for the first time since 2019, the Mainova Frankfurt Marathon will take place. Three men in the elite group have run sub-2:06, suggesting a very fast and competitive race.

With a personal best of 2:05:28, Ethiopia’s Betesfa Getahun now leads the pack of competitors. Filimon Abraham, a runner for theTelis Finanz Regensburg club in Germany, will also be competing.

Approximately 12,000 marathon runners are expected to participate in this year’s 39th edition of the race, which will conclude in the city of Frankfurt’s Festhalle in a grand and spectacular fashion.

World Athletics, the global governing organisation of athletics, has designated the event as an Elite Label Road Race.

A. Kifle Winnings in The Matches

A. Kifle won the 5000-meter and 10,000-meter events at the ENAF Time Trial, held on 21 March 2021 in Asmara, Eritrea, with times of 14 minutes, 12.59 seconds and 29 minutes, 17.14 seconds, respectively.

A. Kifle competed in the Ethiopian Trials on June 8 at Hengelo, Netherlands, finishing 13th in a time of 28:00.55; the race was won by Selemon Barega of Ethiopia.

A. Kifle, competing for Eritrea, finished 12th in the men’s 10000 metres at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, clocking a time of 28:04.06.

After running the distance in 14 minutes and 11.57 seconds, Aron won the 5,000-meter event in the Eritrean championships on September 18 in Asmara.

Aron competed in the Barcelona Half Marathon on October 17 and finished in fourth place, clocking in with a time of 1:00:53.

The following month, on November 14, Aron competed in the Cross de Atapuerca in Spain and came out on top.

While Aron finished fourth at the Cross de Italica the following weekend (21 November), Rodrigue Kwizera, who had finished second at the Cross de Atapuerca, triumphed.


At the Summer Olympics in Tokyo in 2020, Eritrea participated. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Games had to be moved from their original dates of 24 July to 9 August 2020 to 23 July to 8 August 2021. This was the country’s sixth straight Olympic participation.