London will be remembered for the departure of athletics’ biggest star- Usain Bolt.
Halima Nakaayi and Dorcus Ajok are through to the women's 800m semi-final as Ronald Musagala makes the cut in the men's 1,500m.
"I'm still running with my heart broken. I wish the IAAF had given me the decision to run the 400m first."
Usain Bolt, the world's fastest man, suffers a dreadful start and can only claim bronze in 9.95sec in London.
Mutai is the man Ugandans are mainly banking on for a medal this time round.
Longiros said Cheptegei paid for what he lost at the World Cross Country in Kampala in March.
Cheptegei this time showed rare bravery as he chased Farah.
Athletics coach Alex Malinga believes Cheptegei is the medal potential and much stronger than Timothy Toroitich
David Emong won Uganda's first ever gold at the World Para Athletics Championships.
Team Uganda is due to return home with no medal, but certainly with plenty of experience as well as lessons for the junior athletes.
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