Rupp: "I feel like this is what I’ve been working for my whole life."
Kipruto added another global title to his collection and set a Games record with a 8:10.08 win over countryman Abraham Kibiwott (8:10.62).
She adds this to her World Indoor Pentathlon title and now will have a chance for triple gold in 2018 with the European Champs this summer.
Semenya dominated the women's 800 with a championship record of 1:56.68 over Kenya's Margaret Wambui (1:58.07) and Jamaica's former NCAA champ Natoya Goule (1:58.82). In the 10,000, Cheptegei just beat out Canada's Mo Ahmed 27:19.62 to 27:20.56. Nigeria's Oluwatobiloba Amusan won the 100H in 12.68 as Canada's Alysha Newman took the PV (4.75m).
1600 words on Salazar and the NOP doping investigation. Includes some thoughts from former Boston winners Greg Meyer, Bill Rodgers and Amby Burfoot who all defend Salazar to some extent.