Dibaba Sisters: World's fastest siblings stun in new Nike photoshoot

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Dibaba Sisters: World's fastest siblings stun in new Nike photoshoot

Funmilayo Fameso 20:55 - 07.04.2024

Checkout these beautiful Nike pictures of the world's fastest and most decorated family in athletics - The Dibaba Sisters.

Dibaba Sisters known as the world's fastest and most decorated athletics family were absolutely stunning in a new photoshoot for Nike.

Geared up in the new Nikewomen The Motiva fits and shoes for long-distance running, the Dibaba's looked gorgeous and unidentifiable in their pictures.

The Dibaba Sisters for Nike photoshoot. Credit - @Nike

Their striking beauty and prowess on the track make them strong personalities for many, young and old. Historically, they are the only siblings in recorded history to hold concurrent World Records (WR) and have four Olympic gold medals, two silver medals, three bronze medals, and fifteen world championship titles.

Meet The Dibaba Sisters?

The Ethiopian track legends started running after being inspired by their cousin Derartu Tulu, who was the first black African woman to win an Olympic gold medal in the 1992 games.

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They are five sisters of Tirunesh, Genzebe, Ejegayehu, Anna and Melat.

Tirunesh Dibaba

She competed in long-distance and marathon events. She won three Olympic gold medals, five World Championships gold medals, four individual World Cross Country (WCC) senior titles, and one individual WCC junior title.

Tirunesh Dibaba became the first woman in history to win Olympic 5000m and 10000m gold medals

Tirunesh made history at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, where she became the first woman to win gold in the 5000m and 10,000m races. She then went on to win gold at the 2012 Olympics in London, where she became the first woman to win the event at two consecutive Olympics.

Genzebe Dibaba

Holds the distinction of possessing the most WRs by one woman in track history, then having a haul of four, plus two world bests.

Genzebe had the most WRs in female athletics history

Genzebe was a Rio 2016 Olympics silver medalist in the 1500m, 2015 World 1500m champion and 5000m bronze medallist. A five-time world indoor champion in the 1500m and 3000m from 2012-2018, and a 2015 Diamond League champion.

Ejegayehu Dibaba

The third of the sisters won the 10,000m silver medal at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games. Ejegayehu claimed 5000m and 10,000m bronze medals at the 2005 World Championships and was the 2003 Afro-Asian Games and All-Africa Games champion in the 10,000m.

Ejegayehu Dibaba

The other two sisters are Anna and Melat, but they're not actively into track and field.