According to the latest news the Kenyans have thrown into deep mourning after the announcement of Kenya's 5,000m women's representative to Tokyo Olympics Agnes Tirop found dead in her house in Iten, Elgeyo Marakwet County. Following the souces the controversial Kenyan athletee it is said to have she had stab wounds in the abdomen.
''She had stab wounds in the abdomen,'' Barnaba Korir, the chairperson of Athletics Kenya in Nairobi Region told.
Meanwhile, Kenyans had three representatives in the women’s 5000 Olympics final on Monday, in Tokyo Japan. Agnes Tirop Jebet, Lilian Kasait and Hellen Obiri all made it to the finals after finishing second and fifth respectively in Heat 1 with World champion Obiri finishing second in heat 2 in a time of 8:12.25.
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