“Personally, I want to challenge the European record [3:28.81 to Mo Farah] this season and of course a medal in Doha. It is clear that achieving such performance so early in the season is very encouraging.”
A possible bridge jumper was reported at 9:49 am and he was declared dead at 10:05 am.
Obiri clocked 31:43.0 and Jepkosgei 31:43.8.
The US didn't send a team to the U18 competition.
Yuka Kawauchi, who married Yuki Kawauchi in May, leads the women's entrants.
Unfortunately, he ended up last in 1:45.86.
She set an outdoor PB (4.82m) to win the non-DL event on July 4th.
He picked up a hip injury from holding his daughter and had to take Mondays off as he had baby duties while his wife was in school. But after bombing in his first two races, he decided to focus solely on running by going to Kenya for a month and he got A LOT better.
Includes praise from Seb Coe.
Cheserek was 8th (3:37.92) in a race won by GB's Charlie Grice in 3:34.35 over Abdelaati Iguider (3:34.84).
Germany's Richard Ringer and Israel's Lonah Salpeter are back to defend their titles at the race that also serves as the European Cup and British Champs/Trials. The race is known for it's unique atmosphere with a bridge over the home straight, spectators on the track and infield and a beer bar.
*Live Results / Startlists
*Last Year's Video Highlights
*A Good Review From Outside Mag Of Last Year's Meet
Greg Kraft, the head coach for "nearly 25 years" is moving to the role of associate athletic director.