A famous celebrity marathon runner Geoffrey Kamworor has not impressed some Kenyans after his photo was circulated online. The cross country and marathon champion has been the talk of town as his photo circulates online.
On the photo, Kamworor is seen stooping to collect some stuff that seems to be mushrooms. This sparked mixed reactions from Kenyans who said that the athlete seems to be stooping too low.
Many criticized him saying that he has millions in the bank but he comes to collect mushroom on the road. Others offered varied reactions in support of the athlete's action.
Mushrooms are edible in many parts of Africa. They usually sprout out of the ground during rainy times.
Geoffrey Kamworor is a celebrated athlete who competes in cross country, marathon and half marathon races.
He became the champion in 2011 after winning the World Junior Cross Country marathon.
Between 2011 and 2018 he has won the IAAF World Half Marathon three times. He discovered his talent after his school teacher encouraged him to run in 2010.
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