The answer may surprise you.
The famous "blade runner" stands a good chance of medaling at the World Championships.
Arch rival Ethiopia already lags well behind in the medal count.
Vivian Cheruiyot won with a 62-second closing lap.
WMM contenders Gebremariam, Kiplagat lead respective fields in Daegu, Korea.
Olympic medalists Bernard Lagat and Shalane Flanagan headline the U.S. contingent in Korea.
He's suffering from a nagging hamstring injury.
He's only competed in one race this season.
He is searching for his fifth world title in the 10,000m.
The American 10,000m record holder is confident of her chances.