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Mo Ahmed sets new Canadian indoor record in 5,000

Canadian Olympian Mo Ahmed has another national record. The 26-year-old runner from St. Catharines, Ont., broke the Canadian record in the 5,000-metre indoor on Sunday with a time of 13 minutes 4.60 seconds at Boston University.

Broke Cam Levins' record by just under 15 seconds

Mo Ahmed, pictured here at the 2015 World Championships, set a new Canadian indoor record in the 5,000m on Sunday. (Greg Baker/AFP/Getty Images)

Canadian Olympian Mo Ahmed has another national record.

The 26-year-old runner from St. Catharines, Ont., broke the Canadian record in the 5,000-metre indoor on Sunday with a time of 13 minutes 4.60 seconds at Boston University.

Ahmed broke Cam Levins's mark of 13:19.16 set on the same track in Boston in 2014.

Ahmed already holds the Canadian outdoor record of 13:01.74 in the 5,000.

Ahmed finished fourth in the men's 5,000 at the Rio Olympics.

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