After Yulia Zaripova's doping ban stripping her 9:05.02 from the books, this puts Ghribi second on the all-time list behind Russia's Gulnara Galkina who has the WR at 8:58.81.
Abdalaati Iguider won the 3000 in 7:34.99 over Thomas Longosiwa (7:35.28) as Lawi Lalang (7:36.44), Ryan Hill (7:38.64) and Lopez Lomong (7:39.81) were 3-5. Agatha Jeruto Kimaswai won the women's 800 in 1:59.51 as Habiba Ghribi got another steeple win in 9:21.73.
Silas Kiplgat vs Will Leer and Leo Manzano in the 1500, Ayanleh Souleiman vs Adam Kszczot and Taoufik Makloufi in the 800, Tunisia’s Olympic silver medallist Habiba Ghribi in the steeple, Belarus’ 1:58.15-woman Marina Arzamasava in the 800.
*Full Entries Also a 3000 with Lawi Lalang, Imane Merga, Thomas Longosiwa and Lopez Lomong, Ryan Hill and German Fernandez.