London chief exec. Nick Bitel said, "It will be a long and difficult process, but we will pursue it as we are determined cheats should not benefit."
Whatever is recovered from the $1.5 million they paid her, they plan to redistribute to the runners who finished behind her.
A win will get you $40,000 and an extra $50,000 if you do it setting a WR.
Catch is you have to do it in adidas cleats. The current record is held by Arizona Cardinals RB Chris Johnson who ran 4.24-seconds in 2008.
"My talent is being wasted. I don't have any motivation. Shobukhova and Jeptoo have been suspended but I have not been paid what was due to me."
Heather Kampf: “I'd like to say that we are all intrinsically motivated and race hard simply because we want to do our best. But it certainly helps to kick it in for that final stretch if you know placing one spot higher might also have a dollar amount attached."
Molly Huddle was the top earner with more than $150,000 in prize money this year; Jared Ward was the top man at $105.166. The Americans are a way behind the top international earners as Ethiopians Aselefech Mergia and Lelisa Desisa earned $307,000 and $275,000 respectively.
Four meets in February with the overall winner in every event getting $20,000 in prize money and automatically qualify for World Indoors.
They take home $30,000 each.