He returned to action early this year, competing at the Lisbon Marathon, his debut 42 km race, but was a pale shadow of his former self as he finished in the 13th position, clocking a slow time of 2:33:48.
"I have been preparing very well and my training has been good. I want to prove my running prowess to my critics that I still have enough strength to dominate the athletics circuit. I have been out for long but I want to do my best," said Ebuya on Tuesday.
Ebuya will start his cross country campaign in Spain at the Cross Internacional de Atapuerca meeting and will be up against Eritrea's Aron Kifle and Spain's Javier Guerra, Ethiopians Imane Merga and defending champion Getaneh Molla.
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