The King Is Dethroned
“I can say I gave it all.
I did what I could and it was unfortunate that I didn’t win. I got a bronze medal and I accept it and I should congratulate my friend Joshua for winning it. There’s always a next time.”
– Geoffrey Kamworor, two-time defending champ after he finished third at World Cross-Country behind Ugandans Joshua Cheptegei (your new king) and Jacob Kiplimo (silver).
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