Rio 5th placer Sifan Hassan is also in the field.
Last year's 1:42 sensation Amel Tuka (1:45.74) and France's Pierre-Ambrose Bosse (1:45.79) were back in 4th and 5th. Germany's Gesa-Felicitas Krause dominated the steeple in 9:18. Gianmarco Tamberi took the HJ in 2.32m, Llias Fifa lead Spain to a 1-2 finish in the 5K. Poland's Angelika Cichocka took the 1500 in 4:33.00 over Sifan Hassan (4:33.76). Sara Moreira (70:19) and Tadesse Abraham (62:03) won the half-marathon.
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She says she's learned from her mistakes and on Genzebe Dibaba at World Indoors this weekend, Hassan says "everyone can be beaten ... We will see."
Sifan Hassan and German steepler Gesa Felicitas Krause in the 1500.
Euro champions Sifan Hassan and Ali Kaya lead the squads.
Some events are pretty much wrapped up like Sifan Hassan in the 1500 and Sandra Perkovic in the discus. Others, like Christian Taylor vs Pedro Pablo Pichardo in the TJ, will come to a nail-biting conclusion. The 200 series will also come to an interesting conclusion between Allyson Felix, Dafne Schippers and Jeneba Tarmoh. The men's 5000 is wide open with literally everyone on the start line (including Ben True) in contention for the overall DL title.
Morocco's Yassine Bennsghir won the 1500 in 3:34.29 beating Silas Kiplagat by .53-seconds. Adam Kszczot won the 800 in 1:46.00 while Erik Sowinski was 6th (1:47.33). Jarius Birech beat Paul Kipsiele Koech in the steeple with 8:11. Renelle Lamote won the 800 in 1:59.99 while Sifan Hassan was 3rd (2:00.62). Sofia Ennaui won the 1500 in 4:05.64 with Heather Kampf running 4:06.29 for 3rd. Non-distance action included Bohdan Bondarenko taking the HJ in 2.36m, Allyson Felix winning the 400 (51.05), Kirani James winning in 45.15. *Full Results
Silas Kiplabat vs WJR holder Ronald Kwemoi in the 1500. Taufik Makhloufi vs Adam Kszczot in the 800. Sifan Hassan is in the 800 against France's recent sub-2 runner Renelle Lamote. Jairus Birech vs Paul Kipsiele Koech in the steeple.
Robert Biwott won the 1500 in a world leading 3:33.64 while Nixon Chepseba went through 800 in the lead, but died and ran 3:53 for 15th. Marcin Lewandoswki won the 800 in 1:45.46 and Irene Jelagat won the 3000 (8:36.90) over GB's Laura Muir (8:38.47). Dafne Schippers set a Dutch record in the 100, winning in 10.94.
*19-Year-Old Diana Asher Smith Sets British 100m Record With 11.02 Seconds She was 2nd to Schippers.
Abebe Aregawi, Sifan Hassan and Faith Kipyegon in the 1500.
Czech Republic's Jakub Houlsa thrilled the home crowd with a surprise win in the 1500 over Turkey's Tanui Ozbilen. Sifan Hassan won the women's race while Poland's Marcin Lewandowski and Switzerland's Selina Buchel won the 800s.
Sifan Hassan, Dafne Schippers (sprints) Eelco Sintnicolaas (heptathlon), Kamila Licwinko (HJ) among the big names competing.
Distance action includes Euro champ Sifan Hassan in the 1500 and Paul Kipsiele Koech in the 3000. Ryan Whiting vs Christian Cantwell in the SP.
Mimi Belete dominated the women's race by 26-seconds over European 1500m champion Sifan Hassan
Bahta is originally from Eritrea.