|2004 Athens||10,000 m|
|2005 Helsinki||5000 m|
|2005 Helsinki||10,000 m|
She is a member of the Oromo ethnic group from the high-altitude Arsi Zone of the Oromia Region. She is the third child of six, her younger sisters Tirunesh and Genzebe are also international long distance athletes, and brother Dejene is marked as a future star. Like her sister Tirunesh, her cousin Derartu Tulu is a double Olympic gold medalist (1992 and 2000).
Ejegayehu beat her cousin to take the silver medal in the 10,000 metres at the 2004 Summer Olympics, her two bronze medals at the IAAF World Championships in Athletics were behind her sister winning the gold in the final sprint.
Ejegayehu made her debut over the marathon distance at the 2011 Chicago Marathon and, even though she was well-beaten by Liliya Shobukhova (who became the second fastest woman ever), she eventually was ruled the winner after Shobukhova was retroactively disqualified for doping. Her win was the third fastest marathon debut with her time of 2:22:09 hours.
Ejegayehu Dibaba is 1.60 m tall and weighs 46 kg.
|2002||African Championships||Radès, Tunisia||3rd||5000 m|
|2003||World Cross Country Championships||Lausanne, Switzerland||9th||Short race|
|World Championships||Paris, France||9th||10,000 m|
|Afro-Asian Games||Hyderabad, India||1st||10,000 m|
|2004||World Cross Country Championships||Lausanne, Switzerland||10th||Short race|
|Olympic Games||Athens, Greece||2nd||10,000 m|
|World Athletics Final||Monte Carlo, Monaco||3rd||5000 m|
|2005||World Cross Country Championships||St Etienne, France||14th||Short race|
|World Championships||Helsinki, Finland||3rd||5000 m|
|2006||World Cross Country Championships||Fukuoka, Japan||14th||Long race|
|World Athletics Final||Stuttgart, Germany||4th||5000 m|
|2007||World Championships||Osaka, Japan||6th||10,000 m|
|2008||Olympic Games||Beijing, China||14th||10,000 m|
- 3000 metres - 8:35.94 min (2006)
- 5000 metres - 14:32.74 min (2004)
- 10,000 metres - 30:18.39 min (2005)
- Half marathon - 1:16:40 hrs (2001)
- Marathon - 2:22:09 hrs (2011)
- Zorzi, Alberto (27 September 2010). "Soi and Kibet take victories in Scili". IAAF. Retrieved 7 May 2016.
- Ferstle, Jim (9 October 2011). "Mosop and Shobukova scorch to Chicago titles - UPDATED". IAAF. Retrieved 7 May 2016.
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