Sprinter Yulia Gushchina and LJer Anna Klyashtornaya both received bans, although neither of them are still competing. Russian shot putter Olesya Sviridova also received a new 4-year ban after it was discovered he violated the terms of his previous doping ban.
Desisa was in 17th place at the seven mile mark when he dropped out.
Kibet was actually one of three pacemakers, but stayed in the race and won it by 13-seconds.
The 28-year-old two-time Olympian (48.60 PB) plans to move to coaching.
NAU freshman Drew Bosley won the men's race. Montana State's Camila Noe took the women's.
She is now married to sprinter Derron Herah (51.01 400H PB). Jamaican 4x400 world medalist Tiffany James also got married on the same day.
Evan Dunfee: "The IOC saw the narrative the media was pushing and got scared," Dunfee wrote. They made a decision to try and protect their brand and avoid negative PR (they don’t care about athlete welfare). This decision was made without consultation with any stake holders (athletes, IAAF, Tokyo, Sapporo)."
Conner Mantz and Whittni Orton won the individual titles.