Former 10,000m record holder Yobes Ondieki said. the long wait will continue for Kenyan runners to win gold in 10,000m, that was last won by Naftali Temo in 1968 Olympic games.
Ondieki who had best time in late 1980s and early 1990s said they need to train well ahead of the championships.
The former 5,000m world champion said much needs to be done to avoid such world loss.
“I can say that if Kenya runners just train to beat Farah, then that is a misplaced priority in any world event. Anytime I used to listen to them, they all said they will be working on how to beat Farah, that was very wrong,” said Ondieki.
He added that Kenyans miscalculated the race making it easy for Farah to win for the second time.
“With such like runners, the wait is still far for any gold in the race. They should work out on their own to ensure that they run their own race in championship,” advised Ondieki.