This is how the world medal standings looks after Kenya won a gold and a silver in today's competition.
Emmanuel Korir finished position one winning a gold by clocking 1:45.06, Ferguson Rotich came second winning a silver for Kenya. It was a one and two effort in the 800m men race.
In the earlier competition Kenya's Hyvin Kiyeng took position three in the 3000m women SC finals winning a second bronze for Kenya.
Kenya have another chance of winning a gold because Faith Kipyegon made it easy to finals in the 1500m women race clocking 3:56.80.
Kenya now has a total of 5 medals, one gold, two silvers and two bronze. Kenya now leads the table as a best African country followed by South Africa which is currently at position 39, Ethiopia is number three in Africa.
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