Uganda's paper thinks so but we think its Rhonex Kipruto of Kenya.
"He cares so much about his athletes and instills a level of self-belief that is incredibly humbling, yet motivating. I hope everyone gets the chance to meet Sully, it really is a special privilege."
Taylor, who grew up playing soccer with boys describes herself as a 'vicious' as a child, is 1 of 13 foreigners on the team and they are getting 6 more for next year.
Dibaba will run her 3rd career marathon in Chicago on October 8th.
The hotel attendants stole money and other property from athletes including Tirunesh and Genzebe Dibaba.
John O'Sullivan writes that their "treatment of Gatlin is in stark contrast to the refusal to ask questions about Mo Farah [and Alberto Salazar.]
At World XC, Cheptegei had a 7-second lead with 1000m to go, but cratered and finished 30th. Now he's a world silver medalist.
He broke Cam Levins' 27:07 mark from 2015.