Kenyan Differences Melt With Gold

Kenyan Differences Melt With Gold

Nairobi : Kenya | Aug 11, 2012 at 4:44 AM PDT
Source: Inter Press Service
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When Kenyan athlete David Lekuta Rudisha simultaneously became the first person ever to break the 1min 41sec mark in the 800m while also becoming the first person to set a world record at this year's London Olympics on Thursday Aug. 9, he managed another first. FULL ARTICLE AT Inter Press Service
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Kenya's David Rudisha competes in the men's 800 meters
Kenya's David Rudisha competes in the men's 800 meters
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