By Digital Reporter
Rudisha won the second heat while Kitum was second in heat three, both making it to the finals set for Thursday night.
Rudisha easily won the heat in 1:45.35 and was followed by Great Britain’s Andrew Osagie who clocked 1:44.74.
In heat three, Kitum finished second in 1:44.63 after Mohammed Aman of Ethiopia who won in 1:44.34.
However another Kenyan, Antony Chemut failed to qualify for the finals after he finished fourth in heat one in 1:45.63. Abubakar Kaki of Sudan won the heat in 1:44:81
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