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    Quote Originally Posted by Pakilo View Post
    Hyvin Kiyeng wins the 3000m SC

    Michael Kibet wins the 5000m.

    3000 SC: (I guess first three are on the team, not sure about 4th placer)
    1. Hyvin Kiyeng
    2. Beatrice Chepkoech
    3. Celliphine Chespol
    4. Fancy Cherono

    5000 men:
    1. Michael Kibet 13:26.83
    2. Daniel Simuyu 13:27.95
    3. Nicholas Kimeli 13:29.99
    Cherono is on the team, as Chepkoech has WC from DL title. An article I read says that Chepkoech actually won the race, her first-ever SC win inside Kenya, but the top three finished holding hands.
    There are links on the front page to articles on the M 5000, with links to some others on W SC and M 800 heats.
    Elijah Manangoi is not going to run the trials, but he has a WC, anyway.
    Here's a link to another article about the trials:
    https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/spor...ls-start-today

    Edward Zakayo has been suffering from pneumonia, and finish way back in the 5000 trial; too bad.

    Here's a link to Athletics Kenya's results site, but nothing posted there yet:
    http://www.athleticskenya.or.ke/results/

    Frustrating! In 2015, I managed to find a live stream, and was able to watch Kamworor's fantastic 27:11.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Shank View Post
    Here's a link to Athletics Kenya's results site, but nothing posted there yet:
    http://www.athleticskenya.or.ke/results/
    That site, to be charitable, is woefully inadequate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atticus View Post
    That site, to be charitable, is woefully inadequate.
    Have you got a better one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TWalsh View Post
    The Kenya Athletics photo shows the top three female steeplechasers holding hands as they cross the finish line.
    Should 't they all be DQed for not giving a bona fide effort?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Shank View Post
    Have you got a better one?
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    Pretty much every high school results site around here is better.
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    Kenya Results - Sept. 13th:

    M-1500: 1) Cheruiyot-3:34.91
    2) Kwemoi-3:37.00
    3) G. Manangoi-3:37.61

    W-1500: 1) Kipyegon-4:03.22
    2) W. Chebet-4:03.23
    3) Jepleting-4:05.25

    W-5000: 1) Kasait- 15:43
    2) M. Chelimo-15:46
    3) Chelagat-15:48
    Last edited by TWalsh; 09-13-2019 at 03:30 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TWalsh View Post
    W-1500: 1) Kipyegon
    She's baaaack.

    The interesting one to me was the w800 winner, J Wambui (any relation?), who might have just insinuated herself into the Doha picture, which right now is murky in this event. After Wilson, who do we have that has been consistently good? None that I can think of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pakilo View Post

    5000 men:
    1. Michael Kibet 13:26.83
    2. Daniel Simiyu 13:27.95
    3. Nicholas Kimeli 13:29.99

    Kibet and Simiyu have an issue with meeting the required minimum number of drug tests.

    If trials had not been held at last moment, there would have been more time to resolve the issue, but maybe it will be anyway.

    https://www.capitalfm.co.ke/sports/2...r-doha-ticket/
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    Quote Originally Posted by mungo man View Post
    Ummm... Hassan cannot win both 1500 and 5000. Does this write know the schedule?
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