This season, conseslus Kipruto has been performing well after winning the opening meeting of IAAF Diamond league in Doha, African meeting in Rabat, Morocco, Italy’s Rome and Birmingham.
After winning Monaco meeting he said, “I could have done a faster time today but I did not want to push myself to the limit,” the Kenyan said. “I preferred to smile at the finish line and save some energy for Rio.”
“I have won silvers behind Kemboi twice. I will head to the Olympics for my first time but with a lot of experience. I want to give it my best,” said Kipruto.
“I am hoping to run under 8:00 in Birmingham But I did not. It was a good time (8:00.12), though. It is good I ran a meeting record and a world lead time,” said Brimin.
Conseslas made his maiden trip to a global showpiece at the IAAF World Youth Championships in Lille, France, in 2011.
“I feel good. My body is responding well to training and I expect the best in Rio,” said Kipruto.
During the Olympic trials in Eldoret, Kemboi said he may pass the baton to Kipruto in Brazil as one of their youngest athlete both in their cad
Kipruto will marshal forces alongside Kemboi and Brimin Kipruto in the Samba nation conquest.