They weren't happy that only 9 Kenyans were chosen for the team despite Kenya topping the medal standings (with 11 golds) at the recent African Championships.
Cherono knows she's up against tough competition with Tirunesh Dibaba and Edna Kiplagat in the field, but she's still determined to get Berlin title #3.
She correctly points out that her main competition (USA and Jamaica) weren't at Euros.
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“Every single time they’ve been there, I’ve not delivered the medal for them. So I knew I had to get them a medal this time."
Even the Mayor showed up at the airport to greet them.
On the women's side, Rachel Schneider faces Amanda Eccleston, Cory McGee and Sarah Brown.
Black: “When you put Dina’s multiple gold-medal-winning and world-leading, world-class times together, if they are not fearful, if they are not respectful, then they must be crazy."
She says she had a ton of fun and was particularly impressed with the multi-eventers.
Muir is going to try and break Kelly Holmes' 21-year-old 2:32.55 UK 1000m record. The 1500 will have Caster Semenya vs Sifan Hassan.
The most impressive distance performance was definitely 17-year-old Jakob Ingebrigtsen's 1500/5000 double.
Sandra Perkovic made meet history by becoming the first athlete in history to win 5 European titles in the same event (although Mahiedine Mekhissi would have beat her to it if it wasn't for his shirtless celebration DQ).
Ramil Guliyev's 19.76 tops the list.
Currently dual citizens can set American records even if they represent another country. Apparently this issue was brought up to the USATF rules committee last year, but the issue wasn't taken seriously.
Among those who came to pay their respects were Eliud Kipchoge, Asbel Kiprop, former 800m world champions Janet Jepkosgei and Eunice Sum, Sally Kipyego, Augustine Choge and others.