Kenya's Hyvin Kiyeng Wins Wild Steeple Final as Emma Coburn Settles for Fifth

Coburn: "I'm bummed..... I thought I could medal. I was confident that I could.....I just got to keep at it and come away with some hardware in Rio."

Video of Women's 3000m Steeplechase Final at 2015 World Track and Field Championships

History in the Steeplechase: The US Will Send Three Women to the Final for the First Time Ever

Emma Coburn, Stephanie Garcia and Colleen Quigley all advanced to Wednesday's final in the Bird's Nest after some quick qualifying heats. Coburn and Garcia both made it automatically, finishing third in their heats, while Quigley's 9:29 in heat 2 was enough to grab a time qualifier. Coburn will attempt to make some more history on Wednesday as she goes for the U.S.'s first-ever medal in the event.

Day 1 Interviews from 2015 IAAF World Championships

Hear what the world's best had to say following the first session at the 2015 IAAF World Championships

Women's Steeple Preview: Emma Coburn's Got a Shot for a (Gold) Medal in a Wide-Open Affair

Can Emma Coburn get a medal? What about a gold?

Don't Have The 2015 IAAF World Championships Standard? Don't Worry About It -- You Can Still Go to Worlds (Particularly If You Are American)

If you are an American fan dreaming of Beijing (or one of his fans) but don't have the standard, don't worry about it. For example, research by LetsRun.com shows men running as slow as 3:39 and women as slow as 4:12 for 1500 would right now make it into Worlds as the IAAF is going to fill the fields up to 48 for the 800 and 45 for the 1500 and steeples.

Event Schedule

RaceDateESTCST
Semifinals08/10/13 5:10am5:10pm
Final08/13/13 9:25am9:25pm

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