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It was won by Noah Ngeny from Kenya. He was part of one of the biggest upset in Olympic history. He upset then current world champion and current world record holder Hicham El Guerrouj.

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Q: Who won the Mens 1500m track and field event at the Sydney 2000 Olympics?
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