Kipkeino classics is just one day away from the start and various athletes have been intensifying their preparation towards the same. Some international athletes have arrived in the country and will be training at Kasarani. Some of the big names that have already arrived in the country include Justin Gatlin who holds the world champion twice in 100 metres. According to Jungu La Sport on K24, Gatlin arrived in the country today in the morning.
Meanwhile, Kenya's 1500 metres diamond league and Tokyo Olympic games medalist Faith Kipyegon was seen in a smiling mood as she was training at Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani. Kipyegon will be participating in her last competition on home soil this year. Another Kenyan Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala was also seen putting himself through paces as he looks for his first ever international gold medal in the men's 100 metres race. For more news updates tap on the follow link on the top right corner.
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