Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 18. Chapters: Abdulrahman Suleiman, Abubaker Ali Kamal, Ahmad Hassan Abdullah, Ahmad Hassan Moussa, Ahmed Ibrahim Warsama, Ahmed Jumah Jaber, Ashraf Amgad Elseify, Bilal Saad Mubarak, Daham Najim Bashir, Essa Ismail Rashed, Femi Ogunode, Gamal Belal Salem, Gemechu Woyecha, Hamza Driouch, Ibrahim Ismail Muftah, Ibrahim Mohamdein Aboubaker, James Kwalia, Khalid Habash Al-Suwaidi, Khamis Abdullah Saifeldin, Majed Saeed Sultan, Mohamad Al-Garni, Mohamed Faraj Al-Kaabi, Mohamed Suleiman, Mohammed Abduh Bakhet, Moustafa Ahmed Shebto, Mubarak Al-Nubi, Mubarak Hassan Shami, Musaeb Abdulrahman Balla, Musa Amer Obaid, Mutaz Essa Barshim, Nicholas Kemboi (1983), Noor Hussain Al-Malki, Onèsphore Nkunzimana, Rashid Ahmed Al-Mannai, Rashid Shafi Al-Dosari, Saif Saaeed Shaheen, Samuel Francis (athlete), Talal Mansour, Thamer Kamal Ali. Excerpt: Saif Saaeed Shaheen (Arabic: ) formerly Stephen Cherono (born October 15, 1982) is a steeplechase runner. He was born in Keiyo, Kenya, but now represents Qatar. He currently holds the world record for 3000 metre steeplechase. His older brother Abraham Cherono is also a steeplechase runner. He was the 1999 World Youth Champion in the steeplechase and set a world junior record two years later. He won the steeplechase at the 2002 Commonwealth Games for Kenya but switched allegiance to Qatar in 2003. That year he became world champion in the event, although a dispute with the Kenyan Athletics Federation meant he was ineligible to compete at the 2004 Summer Olympics. He defeated that year's Olympic champion, Ezekiel Kemboi, a month later with a world record run of 7:53.63 minutes. In the 2006 season he took the 3000 metres silver medal at the 2006 IAAF World Indoor Championships and also set a number of Asian records. He completed a 5000 m/steeplechase double at the 2006 IAAF World Cup. Serious injuries ruled him out from late 2006 to 2008 and he returned to competition in 2009. Stephen Cherono was born and raised in Kenya, showing athletic ability from a young age. He initially made his mark on the international stage with a win at the 1999 World Youth Championships in Athletics over the 2000 metre steeplechase. A world junior record in the 3000 m steeplechase followed in 2001 at the Memorial van Damme meet in Brussels - his mark of 7:58.66 has stood for almost a decade. He went on to become the world champion over the 3000 metre steeplechase course in 2003 and again in 2005. He began to experiment with longer distances and in 2003 he ran the fastest 5000 metres race in the world, a 12:48.81 in a meet in Ostrava in which he defeated multiple world champion Hicham El Guerrouj by two seconds and his 12:48.81 ranks him on the top ten all-time list for 5000 metres. Shaheen moved from Kenya to Qatar in 2003. Changing his name from Stephen Cherono to Saif Saaeed Shaheen, he
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