Hengelo, Netherlands. The man many tip to be the first Aussie to break the 1:44.00 barrier over 800m has inched ever so closer with a second-place finish at the Hengelo World Challenge. The race was won by the young Kenyan Johnathan Kitilit. Kitilit’s time of 1:43.77 is the second fastest in the world so far this season. Deng finished second, stopping the clock at 1:44.97.