Team Kenya have done a good job in representing their nation in the ongoing Tokyo olympics. They have been sensational in trying their best to garner enough medals for their country which is a spirit each Kenyan need to possess.
Beatrice Chepkoech has won the hearts of many including her own country people after what she did during the Tokyo olympics. Despite the heavy pressure meted on her through tough competitions, Beatrice managed to come third hence earning a place to compete in the women's 300m steeplechase final.
Her top competitors such as Hyvin Kiyeng also qualified for the coveted final after she clocked 9:23:17 making her one of the key favorites in this competition.
Another competitor who will face off Beatrice in the finals will be African games champion from Ethiopia named Mekides Abebe. She is also among the undoubtedly strong talented figures who will bring the final competition to a standstill.
Kenyans at large are happy after what Beatrice managed to achieve as this drives in an indication that more medals are likely to won by team Kenya. All the best to her in her finals.
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