|1980 Moscow||3000 m steeplechase|
|IAAF World Cup|
|1977 Düsseldorf||3000 m steeplechase|
Eshetu Tura (Amharic: አሸቱ ቱራ; (born January 19, 1950) is an Ethiopian retired long-distance runner from Ethiopia. He won the bronze medal in 3,000 metres steeplechase at the 1980 Summer Olympics.
Tura won a silver medal behind Kip Rono at the first African Championships in 1979. In the 1982 edition, he won the steeplechase competition as well as a silver in 5000 metres.
Tura is currently working as a steeplechase coach for the Ethiopian national athletics team, where he also served as a coach for the late Somalian middle-distance athlete Samia Yusuf Omar.
|1979||African Championships||Dakar, Senegal||2nd||3000 m steeple||8:31.4|
|1982||African Championships||Cairo, Egypt||2nd||5000 m||13:50.33|
|1st||3000 m steeple||8:30.47|