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Virginia Nyambura, who has victories from Doha and Birmingham, and Rome winner Hyvin Kiyeng and World silver medallist Lydia Chepkurui didn’t take part in the race.
Nyambura’s dream for a hat trick at the New York Diamond League was dealt a blow when she was turned back in Amsterdam after her travelling documents were rejected.
Nyambura hit the headlines when she won the opening leg of the 2015 Diamond League in Doha on May 15 in a world lead time of 9:21.51 where she was the pacesetter.
The Kenyan would finish second to All Africa Games champion Hyvin Kiyeng, clocking personal best 9:15.75 in Rome on June 4. Kiyeng won the race with a world lead of 9:15.08.
However, Nyambura struck a double with victory in Birmingham in 9:24.01 on June 7. Nyambura beat Kiyeng to second place in 9:25.20 as compatriot World silver medallist Lydia Chepkurui settled third in 9:26.54.
Source: Daily Nation