Defending champion Hellen Obiri walked away with a gold medal in a World Championships Record of 14:26.72 on Saturday.
Her compatriot Margaret Chelimo Kipkemboi claimed silver in a time of 14:27:49, overtaking Germans Konstanze Klosterhalfen who earned bronze medal at the time of 14:28:43.
Gemechu came in fourth at the time of 14:29:60 with a third Kenyan Lilian Rengeruk closing up the top five at the time of !4:36:05
The competition was tight with Obiri, Chelimo and Rengeruk taking on 11 other athletes.
Meanwhile, in Women’s 1,500 meters final, 2017 champion Faith Kipyegon finished second at a time of 3:54:22, taking home a silver medal
Netherlands Sifan Hassan surged to her second gold medal of the World Championships.
The 26-year-old Ethiopian-born Dutch runner took lead in a world leading championship record time of 3: 51:95.
Ethiopia's Gudaf Tsegay walked away with a bronze medal at the time of 3:54:38 as Kenyan Winny Chebet coming in at position seven clocking a time of 3:58:20.