"When I crossed the line I was extremely happy, and just wanted to celebrate. All my emotion came out. I wanted the 5000m gold a lot."
Ayana’s first race this season was the final of the 10,000m, which she won. She said: "It was a difficult race. I am better at leading it to get the win rather than challenging in a final sprint. It was difficult to push Hellen (Obiri) through to the finish line
"Compared to Rio this is a bigger achievement. I've had many injuries this year so I am very happy with two medals.
"I have been injured for the whole season and haven't been able to get over it. The pain came back after the 10,000m. I did my best today but Hellen was too good at finishing. It was all I could today. "But I won't give up going for 5000m and 10,000m. I won gold and bronze in Ro and now gold and silver, so this is a step up."
Sifan Hassan of the Netherlands was third. She said: "After the 1500m I was so disappointed and sad, and I was so scared to make another mistake like I did in the 1500m. Crossing the line was so fantastic, when that happened to me in the 1500m - every night I was waking up thinking 'That was a nightmare.' But it was reality.
On continuing to compete in the 5000m:
"Believe me, this is my event. In time I will keep up with the best, Ayana and Obiri, I just have to work at the event."