Also in the field is Dibaba's younger sister Anna and 2014 world indoor silver medalist Axumawit Embaye. There will be good 800 fields as well with Adam Kszczot, Erik Sowinski, Marcin Lewandowski and Mark English in the men's race and World champ Maryna Arzamasova and Euro 1500m champ Angelika Cichocka in the women’s.
Kibet won the 1500 in 3:38.56 where Robby Andrews was 5th (3:39.01) and Leo Manzano last. In the 3000, Embaye won in 8:51 and Katie Mackey was 6th (8:56). Non distance highlights included Asafa Powell 9.96 in the 100 to beat Mike Rodgers, Turkey's Ramil Guliyev setting a European lead to win the 200 in 19.88 and World champ Sergey Shubenkov in the 110H (13.11).
Farah will face five men who have broken 7:31 including Hagos Gebrhiwet and Yenew Alamirew. The women's 1500 features '14 world leader Sifan Hassan and '13 world champ Abeba Aregawi, while Ethiopians Sofia Assefa and Hiwot Ayalew will race in the women's steeple. Justin Gatlin (100) and Allyson Felix (200) headline the non-distance action.
Bahrain's Anthony Rotich won the 800 in 1:47.85, Dimitri Bascou set a WL in the 60H (7.51), Kim Collins won the 60 (6.63). Elsewhere, Fabiana Murer cleared 4.83m to set a PV WL.
Mary Cain, Jenny Simpson and Treniere Moser aren't racing but the US women are very much still in the hunt for silver.