On the World Athletics points chart, 32:38 for 10 000m scores 744 points.
That is as valuable as
11.51 in 100m
4:12.9 in 1500m
However, it was road rather than track, so we don't know the story in terms of gradients/wind, or the accuracy of the measurement.
Yate's 2h58 marathon is 461 points
12.67 for 100m
36:52 for 10 000
I don't think the scoring tables are very good to compare times. 11.51s in the 100m is relatively easy to reach with average training. A decent U18 does it without a massive training regime. That kind of times in the 10.000m are rarer.