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Chebet, the 2015 World Under-18 Championships 2,000m steeplechase silver medallist will be racing for South Rift while Chespol, who won bronze in junior race at last year's World Cross Country Championships in Kampala, is in the Kenya Prisons team.
Richard Kimunyan from Central Rift, who won men's junior 8km race title at the nationals last year before settling for bronze in Kampala, hopes to graduate to senior ranks in style in the men's race that will also feature Africa 10,000m silver medallist Wilfred Kimitei (Prisons) and Mang'ata Ndiwa (Prisons).
He was addressing the distribution ceremony of cash awards to the Gold medallists of Khyber College of Dentistry, Peshawar at Governor House, here on Wednesday.
Star high jumper Barshim made history at Rio 2016 by becoming the first ever Qatari Olympic silver medallist, improving on his bronze medal from the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Devendro ( 49kg), a silver medallist at the 2013 Asian meet, eased past Cornelis Kwangu Langu of Indonesia 3- 0 in his last- eight bout.
In 2013 she was Warwickshire 12-years-and-under figure champion, solo silver medallist and gold medallist in the duet/team category.
As well as Edwards, who lives in Newcastle, guests at the conference will include two London 2012 gold medallists, rower Sophie Hosking and boxer Nicola Adams.
And yesterday there was no world-leading performance from Tyson Gay to distract attention from a mix of post-championship fatigue and world-class opposition which brought the European Championship medallists back down to earth.
Six other Olympic and Paralympic medallists who are already school sport ambassadors will have their roles expanded to support Redgrave.
02secs minus 200m silver medallist Usain Bolt and the USA looking strong in setting a season's best mark of 38.
Athens gold medallists Chris Hoy and Bradley Wiggins will be missing this event.
Crowds cheered, champagne corks popped, Union Jacks and "Well done" banners waved as gold medallists Ben Ainslie and Iain Percy were wheeled from the baggage hall on a luggage trolly, pushed by the silver medallists, to the strains of Rule Britannia played on a portable CD player.