Other top matchups include Adam Kszczot vs Mohammed Aman over 800 and Siffan Hassan vs Dawit Seyaum over 1500. Ayanleh Souleiman and Melisssa Bishop lead the men's 1500 and women's 800.
France's Pierre-Ambroise Bosse is also in the 1000. Olympic silver medalist Dejen Gebremeskel vs former World XC champ Japheth Korir in the 5000. Current world leader Dawit Seyaum (4:00.96) is in the 1500, Christian Taylor in the TJ, Bogdan Bondarenko in the HJ,
Ethiopia's 3:59 woman Dawit Seyaum leads 1500 field against Brenda Martinez. Men's 800 has Kenya's Olympic bronze medalist Timothy Kitum, 1:42.84-man Ferguson Cheruiyot and World Junior champ Alfred Kipketer, the 2014 world junior champion.
From the 17-yr old 1500 runner that Mary Cain want no part of (Dawit Seyaum) to Asian sprint star Yoshihide Kiryu to Anita Hinriksdottir, there are lots of names to pay attention to.
He cleared 2.39 to beat Russia's Ivan Ukhov (2.33). In distance action, Dawit Seyaum PRd by almost 10-seconds and set an Ethiopian junior record to win the 1500 in 3:59.53, Mohammed Aman beat Abubaker Kaki by .03 to win in 1:45.58 as Erik Sowinski was 5th (1:46.95), and Albert Rop won the 5K in 13:14. Morocco's Sadik Mikhou won the 1500 in 3:34.36 beating a field that included Aman Wote; Hiwot Ayalew took the steeple (9:24). Other event results included Kim Collins in the 100 (10.13) and Lolo Jones in the 100H (12.74) over Kristi Castlin (2nd) and Kellie Wells (6th).
Ukhov tried to break the 2.43m WR, but failed at all three attempts at 2.44. Ethiopia’s Dawit Seyaum won the 1500 in 4:09, Cuba's Pedro Pablo Pichardo set a TJ world lead with 17.32m and 37-year-old Kim Collins set a PB and world masters best of 6.49 to beat Dwain Chambers in the 60m.