The meet should be great. Marcell Jacobs is in the 100. Alison dos Santos in men's 400h, Femke Bol in women's.
Distance wise, there is big women's 800 featuring Britian's Keely Hodgkinson and Mary Moraa of Kenya who ran 1:57.45 last weekend at the Kenyan champs and also broke the Kenyan 400 record (50.84).
We can also see how they relatively stack up against Mu and Wilson as two Americans are in the field in Brooke Feldmeier and Sage Hurta.
In the men's 3000, Jacob Kiplimo also races for the first time since the RAK half in February. I was wondering if he was going to show at Worlds so him racing here is big for Grant Fisher fans.
The last event of the night is the men's 800 where the locals are hoping Andreas Kramer takes the win in a matchup with 1:43 man Robert Benjmain and Olympic champ Emmanuel Korir who needs to improve upon his 1:46 sb if he is going to be a facto in Eugene.
There also is a wome'ns steeple that is pretty awful as it features zero women who have broken 9:20 this year (but does have Gesa Krause).
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