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The Kenyan javelin throw specialist Julius Kiplagat Yego won a gold medal for a mammoth throw of 92.72-metres in a dramatic men’s javelin throw final at the Bird's Nest Stadium in the World Athletics Championship on Wednesday.

Julius Yego titled his fifth gold medal at the World Athletics Championships.

Julius's victory came a day after Kenya’s Nicholas Bett who won the 400m hurdles title on Tuesday.

According to the reports; Yego’s third round throw (92.72) of the Championship is the longest of all. Last record is of Jan Zelezny of Czech Republic who posted 92.80-metres in 2001.

Ihab Al Sayed Abdelrahman of Egypt took the silver with his 88.99-metres best effort.

The 2007 champion Tero Pitkamaki of Finland pride by bronze medal with his throw of 87.64-metres.

And Thomas Rohler of Germany who led in the early stages placed fourth with 87.41-metres.

">August 26, 2015

">August 26, 2015