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Byline: Elias Makori
If Kenyans thought Kenenisa Bekele was done and dusted, then the bad news is that the unstoppable Ethiopian will rear his ugly head again today when he competes in the 5,000 metres qualifiers in an attempt to clinch a double after winning the 10,000m gold on Sunday.
The Kenyans out to stop Bekele are Athens bronze medallist and former world champion Eliud Kipchoge, upstarts Edwin Soi and Thomas Longosiwa.
Longosiwa has been drawn in the most difficult of the heats and with the first four in each heat qualifying alongside the overall fastest three, he will be hard pressed to make an impression.
Longosiwa's heat …