The only men to ever win the Olympic marathon twice - Ethiopia's Abebe Bikila - was buried in Addis Ababa on Friday (26 October).
GV Mourners and wreaths being carried in funeral procession ZOOM OUT to soldiers doing slow march and wreaths being carried past.
GV Of Banner and ZOOM IN to portrait of Bikila.
CU Trophy plague ZOOM OUT to other mourners carrying other trophies walking in front of funeral car.
GV High ranking military and police officials.
CU Medals on cushions being carried by athletes and GV other trophies being carried followed by hearse (2 shots).
GV Funeral procession.
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Background: The only men to ever win the Olympic marathon twice - Ethiopia's Abebe Bikila - was buried in Addis Ababa on Friday (26 October). He died on Thursday (25 October) aged 46, after a brain haemorrhage resulting form a car accident in 1969.
Bikele was Ethiopia's greatest long-distance runner, and served as a Captain in the Imperial Bodyguard. He was buried with military honours in the presence of Emperor Haile Selassie, members of the Cabinet, and a huge crowd.
He had spent the past four years, following the car accident, in a wheelchair, paralysed from the waist down. Just before his death he had been in a coma for five days.
Bikile leaves a wife, three sons and a daughter.