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    1 ) Meseret Defar ETH 14:53.82 .
    2 ) Vivian Cheruiyot KEN 14:54.60 .
    3 ) Meselech Melkamu ETH 14:58.76 .
    4 ) Linet Chepkwemoi Masai KEN 14:58.88 .
    5 ) Priscah Jepleting Cherono KEN 14:59.74 .
    6 ) Sylvia Jebiwott Kibet KEN 15:00.03 (SB)
    7 ) Grace Kwamboka Momanyi KEN 15:02.44 .
    8 ) Jane Kiptoo KEN 15:03.80 (PB)
    9 ) Lucy Wangui Kabuu KEN 15:09.69 . 10) Zakia Mrisho Mohamed TAN 15:21.68 .
    11) Peninah Jepchumba KEN 15:37.73 .
    zilch) Ejegayehu Dibaba ETH DNS .
    1) Meseret Defar recovers and salvages a inconsistent Olympic/post-Olympic season .

    2) Vivian Cheriot proves that in the 5000m besides Defar (and ofcourse Tirunesh!) she's the one to beat .

    3) Meselech Melkamu is runnning better and is finally sustaining her last-round kick .

    4) Linet Masai shows not only her beauty but also her persistence , at 18 years old she's the one to watch for in the future :shock: .
    5) Ejegayehu Dibaba dissapoints again ops: , after finishing 14th in the Olympics :x , she ends a season of failures with a DNS :cry: . Aside from the African Championships this year Ejegayehu hasn't had "great" results since 2005 . She's letting all her talent go to waste :evil: . I guess we're going to have to count on Genzebe to continue the family's succes , and we should let Ejegayehu retire :evil: .
    Go African athletes!
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