Splits were around 49low/mid, 1:16.9 (3rd 200 of 27.5-28 seconds, compared to 25.4 last week!), 26.7 last 200m.
Rudisha didn't look as smooth as last week, but he was still clearly the best runner in the field. Kaki didn't look to be quite in the same form as he did earlier in the season when he finished just .2 behind Rudisha in a much faster race. He was struggling and gnashing his teeth with 150m to go despite the slow 3rd 200m. It was a battle out there though. No one went down but several were close to it/