A first ever gold for Uganda at the World Cross Country Championships. Here's how youngster Jacob Kiplimo clinched it.
Kenya takes the first gold of the new race item on the World Cross Country event.
Geoffrey Kamworor goes for the kill in the final lap to overtake an exhausted Joshua Cheptegei and go for gold in the Senior men's race.
Jacob Kiplimo wins the first ever gold for Uganda at the World Cross Country Championships.
Kenya's Geoffrey Kamworor defends his World Senior men's title.
Joshua Cheptegei: The 2014 World 10000m junior champion has never been in better form.
Individual winners in the seniors’ category today will each earn $30,000 (sh106.7m).
“We’ll be competing against ourselves,” is how Mark Chumo, who works at the association, candidly puts it.
“Going by what I saw in training, I believe our time for gold has finally come," said Stephen Kiprotich.
Athletes from all over the world will put their strength and stamina to the test at Kololo Independence Grounds today.
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