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The Norwegian Jakob Ingebrigtsen defeated his older brother to win a gold medal of 5,000m winning the 1500m title in Berlin.
In doing so, the 17-year-old became the first athlete to finish the double at the European level.
His brother Henrik, 27, was second. 1.69 seconds behind his junior, while France's Morhad Amdouni won the bronze medal.
"It was a little crazy to get that medal today," Jakob said.
"Winning a second title in two days is also the result of my entire life.
" Believe me, we started to prepare the final of the 5,000m as soon as we crossed the line on the 1500 m last night. "
Jakob Ingebrigtsen's time in 13: 17.06 was a new European Under-20 record.
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He defeated Henrik, who won the title in 2012, and their other brother Filip, the reigning champion of 2016 – to win 1500m gold Friday and become the youngest winner of the European Championship in 84 years.
Filip missed the final of the 5,000m with a rib injury.
Speaking on BBC TV, British athlete Paula Radcliffe said: "Jakob Ingebrigtsen goes to the front whenever he wants and dares everyone to come by his side. to overtake and he is 17.
"To rebound from last night and all the emotions that had to accompany it – to be able to run with this maturity and this control is incredible."
The brothers from the small Norwegian town of Sandnes have all become world-class middle-distance runners under the tutelage of their father Gjert.
At the age of 16, Jakob became the youngest man to cross the European 1500m record with a race of 3: 31.18 in Monaco last month.
"In two years we will be back to win four medals, not just three" , said Henrik.
"We are definitely coming back to improve the statistics of e our family. There are no limits for us and we have another brother who is five years old and who can soon join the team of Ingebrigtsen. "
The Ingebrigtsens were not the only brothers at the Berlin Olympic Stadium on Saturday, while Dylan, Jonathan and Kevin Borlee won the 4x400m relay gold for Belgium alongside Jonathan Sacoor.
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