When you’re Asbel Kiprop, you can win just about any way you want.
You can run from the front, galloping with that impossibly long stride – as he did during his 3:26.69 run in Monaco earlier this summer – and watch as your competitors slowly disappear into the rear-view mirror.
You can run from the back – as he did at the IAAF Diamond League meeting in London – and circle the entire field on the last lap, sickening them with your gifted range of gears, your almost unfair allocation of athletic ammo.
You can even beat the world’s best milers in the biggest competition of the year, for the third consecutive IAAF World Championships, when under the weather.
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