•Better known as the 'Dancing Queen' will be hoping to maintain her unbeaten run in the campaign in the Belgium capital.
.The Commonwealth Games champion has dominated the two-lap race this year, starting with her win at the Kipchoge Keino Classic in May, where she clocked 1:58.83.
Fresh from winning the women's 800m title in Budapest, Hungary, Mary Moraa will grace the Diamond League meeting in Brussels, Belgium on Friday.
Better known as the 'Dancing Queen' will be hoping to maintain her unbeaten run in the campaign in the Belgium capital.
The Commonwealth Games champion has dominated the two-lap race this year, starting with her win at the Kipchoge Keino Classic in May, where she clocked 1:58.83.
She repeated the feat at the Rabat Diamond League in the same month, where she posted 1:58.72.
She then followed that success with a win in Lausanne in June (1:57.43) and also in Chorzow in Poland, where she posted 1:56.85 in July.
Moraa admitted she is in good form and relishing the challenge of running in Brussels.
"I'm looking forward to the race and I want to finish the year strongly and do the country proud. The world title has given me the motivation to do even better."
As the defending Diamond League champion, Moraa said she will grace the final meeting in Eugene, Oregon on September 16-17, where a probable rematch against bronze medallist Athing Mu of the USA may be in the offing.
"I hope she will run. She is a strong competitor and I want to win against her in her country,” noted Moraa.
World 5000m bronze medallist Beatrice Chebet will grace the 12-lap race, where she will be hoping to continue her rich vein of form.
At the Xiamen event in China last weekend, the Commonwealth Games 5000m champion obliterated the opposition in the 3000m race, where she came out tops in 8:24.05.
World 10,000m silver medallist Daniel Simiu will be hoping to go one place better in Brussels when he lines up in the 25-lap race.
Simiu showed promise at Budapest and said a win in Belgium would help him end the season on a high.
“My form and training this year has been good and I hope to post good results in Brussels irrespective of the competition,” noted Simiu.
Elsewhere, world U-20 champion Reynold Cheruiypt pulled away in the final straight to win the men’s 1,500m at the Gala dei Castelli in Bellinzona, Switzerland, a World Athletics Continental Tour Silver meeting, where he set a meeting record of 3:33.98 on Monday.
Dominic Lobalu of South Sudan took second place in 3:3:35.22 with James West of Northern Ireland third in 3:35.44