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Kenya was capable of producing golfers of international standard just like in other sports like athletics and rugby. The legendary Keino was among a group of retired and current athletes who were invited as special guests of the Nation Media Group
Well, having been beaten before by Ethiopians and Briton Mo Farah, Bedan Karoki seems to have discovered what will help tame Kenya's rivals for the 10,000m title at the World Championships in Athletics in Moscow. Karoki, who finished fourth at the
Focus will be in the 10,000m race when the one-day national trials for the World Athletics Championships is held on Saturday at Nyayo Stadium. Kenya has won the World Championships men's 10,000m title thrice since the inception of the biennial even
Rating In Summary The elections were initially to be held last year, but were shoved into the new year and again aborted twice, with AK's executives arguing that they were giving way for the March 4 General Election and the April 9 inauguration of
Rating Eldoret town comes alive on Sunday as thousands of athletes battle for honours during the sixth edition of Family Bank half marathon. The race is expected to record a higher entry after the tenth Safaricom Kebirigo Road Race in Nyamira County,
Rating Elite marathoners lavished praise on Kenyan athletes following their brilliant showing in Sunday's London Marathon. Two-time Boston marathon winner Moses Tanui said it was experience and mental strength that led to the impressive performance.
Rating In Summary Two-time Boston Marathon winners says holding middle and long distance trials in US will lock out other runners For a sovereign nation, nothing beats the joy of the local citizenry watching national events held at home. And the
Rating Share This Story Elite marathoners on Sunday expressed optimism that it is only a matter of time before a Kenyan runs a sub-two hours marathon. The jubilant Kenyan celebrated Patrick Makau's jaw-dropping 2:03.38 world record mark at yesterday'
Rating Share This Story A dozen fans of Kenya's Japan-based 10,000 metres runner, Paul Tanui, will cross into South Korea on a ferry to cheer their man at the World Championships in Athletics that start in Daegu next weekend. Tanui's manager, Stephen
If two Kenyans winning the London Marathon inspired you, why not follow in the footsteps of Adharanand Finn, who went to a training camp in Iten, the town that produced some of the world's top distance runners...High up in Kenya's Rift Valley, it's a