The men's 1500 will be a clash of brothers as Filip and Henrik Ingebrigsten take on world 1500 champ Elijah Manangoi and his younger brother/world U20 champ Elijah. World indoor 3000 champ Yomif Kejelcha is also in the field.
Colleen Quigley ran a 9:10 PB to win the steeplechase, Timothy Cheruiyot took the 1500 in 3:32.37 and Marta Pen Freitas ran a Portuguese national record of 4:22.45 ahead of Kate Grace's 4:23.23. In non-distance action, former Olympic discus champ Robert Harting had his last competition ever, finishing second to his brother and current Olympic champ Christoph.
Andy Butchart ran his first race after six months off with injury, finishing second in 29:28.
We're not sure about everything here. Do you really wear your running shorts multiple times without washing them?
Lily Partridge won the women's race in 33:27.
Dibaba says her favorite places in the world outside Ethiopia are NYC and London.
58:40-Man Abraham Cheroben leads the field and faces Galen Rupp and Berlin Half champ Erick Kiptanui (58:42) who says he's gunning for the world record. World indoor 3000 champ Yomif Kejelcha will make his half debut. Meanwhile, the women's race has seven sub-68 runner lead by 65:04 woman Joan Melly and world champ Netsanet Gudeta who will also be making a bid at the WR.
Selemon Barega's 12:43 in Brussels is first on their list which includes one world record (Beatrice Chepkoech's steeple) and nine Diamond League records.
Italy's Francesca Canepa won the women's race as US's Cat Bradley was 8th. All the top American contenders, including Western States champion Jim Walmsley, Zach Miller and Kilian Jornet, were DNFs.
*MB: UTMB: JIM WALMSLEY AND AMERICAN RUNNERS GO HOME DEVASTED!!!!
Korir will face his US Army teammates Elkanah Kibet, Samuel Kosgei and Haron Lagat as well as Christo Landry, Aron Braun, Donn Cabra and Luke Puskedra. Sara Hall leads the women's race with Emma Bates, Allie Kiefer and Lindsey Scherf.