Mary Moraa on Saturday boosted Kenya's chances of winning a second gold medal at the 2022 World Championships in Oregon after reaching the women's 800 metres final.
Moraa won her semi-final heat in 1:59.65 after leading from the start.
Local favourite Ajee Wilson of US took second place after clocking 1:59.97 and claim the second automatic slot to the final.
Moraa will be fancying her chances of making the podium in Monday morning's final after Kenya failed to get a medal in the 2019 World Championships in Doha, Qatar
In the second semis, Keely Hodgkinson clocked 1:58.73 to win ahead of Natoya Goule.
American Raevyn Rodgers came third and claimed one of the two non-automatic qualifying slots.
Meanwhile, Naomi Korir finished last in the third semifinal in 2:03.08 missing out on the final.
America's Olympic champion Athing Mu won the heat in 1:57.12.