The women's medals were swept by South American athletes as Ecuador's Ecuador’s Carmen Toaquiza took the overall title. *Results
Litvinov's 86.04 PB from 1986 is still #2 all-time.
World Indoor 1500 silver medalist Dawit Seyaum is also doing the 1500/3000 double while the men are lead by defending 3000 champ Yomif Kejelcha, Hagos Gebrihiwet and former World 800 champ Mohammed Aman.
Angelika Cichocka will do the 1500/800 double.
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He made a solo attempt for the 7:52 world indoor standard, but didn't get it, winning in 8:07.