He says the training was far from textbook as she missed nearly weeks in March.
Cheruiyot isn't approaching the marathon as an afterthought as she talks about winning Olympic marathon gold and breaking the WR.
He thinks she's going to be the best in the world real soon. "I can predict by the end of 2017 the best road runner will be Vivian."
A Semenya-less 800 will see Francine Niyonsaba take on Ajee Wilson and Lynsey Sharp. Jairus Birech vs Conseslus Kipruto in the steeple, Vivian Cheruiyot and Mercy Cherono in the 5K. Non-distance action includes Ameer Webb taking on Trayvon Bromell and Andre De Grasse in the 200, Kirani James (400) and Greg Rutherford (LJ).
Vivian Cheruiyot vs Mercy Cherono in the 5K, Eunice Sum in the 800, Faith Kipyegon in the 1500 and World champ Hyvin Kiyeng vs Milcah Chemos and Lydia Chepkurui in the steeple.
Eunice Sum will face the new and improved Caster Semenya in the 800 and there will also be a great men's steeple with Ezekiel Kemboi, Jairus Birech, Brimin Kipruto, and Conseslus Kipruto
Top non-distance stars like Julius Yego (jav) and Nicholas Bett (400H) will also compete.
Cheruiyot will face defending champion Rose Chelimo and former world 10,000 champ Linet Masai. World half silver medalist Samuel Tsegay leads men's field against Martin Mathathi and Tariku Bekele.
At one point, Kamworor, Asbel Kiprop, Caleb Ndiku and Augustine Choge were all racing neck-and-neck, but in the end Choge and Kiprop were a distant 2nd and 3rd. Cheruyiot just beat out Magaret Chelumi as steeple world champ Hyvin Kiyeng was 3rd. *2nd article/Results
"I feel strong and focused on the task ahead, which is to double in the two races. I have the strength and stamina to weather the storm and win,"
Yego is the first field athlete ever to win the award.
Cheruiyot's time put her 5th on the all-time list as 42-year-old Jo Pavey was an impressive second (52:44) ahead of Gemma Steel (4th) and Betsy Saina (5th). For the men, Kipsiro beat out Emmanuel Kipsang by 8-seconds with Emmanuel Bett (3rd), Martin Mathathi (5th) and Japeth Korir (6th) also in the field.
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She'll face Almaz Ayana, Jenny Simpson, Vivian Cheruiyot and Mercy Cherono.
Cheruiyot talks about how she was disappointed not to win gold in London 2012, so decided to take a break to start her family with the long-term plan in place to be back at the top by 2016.
Finishing one second behind Cheruiyot to secure a spot for Worlds was former NCAA champ Betsy Saina. Commonwealth champ Joyce Chepkirui was 3rd and World XC champ Agnes Tirop 5th. OTC's Sally Kipyego was a DNF.
In 2011 she won the 5000/10,000 double, but isn't sure which event she'll focus on for 2015.
Other big name winners included Asbel Kiprop (1:45.4) beating Olympic bronze medalist Timothy Kitum in the 800 by .1 and Vivian Cheruiyot in the 1500 (4:09.88). Ivy Kiyeng won the steeple in 9:33.40, upsetting Commonwealth champ Purity Cherotich by .01. Vincent Yator won the 10,000 in 27:51. *Distance Results
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