Dibaba is married to 2004 and 2008 Olympic 10,000 meter silver medallist Sileshi Sihine.
After the Beijing Olympics her club, the Prisons Police, bestowed the rank of Chief Superintendent for her services to club and country. A hospital named after her is located on the outskirt of Addis Ababa.
She has ventured into the hotel industry by establishing a Three Star hotel named after her set to begin service end of 2013. Local based Kellog Consult a design and construction firm has won the bid to design and construct the hotel at $1.8 million.
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