Kenyan athletes have been shining in international competition and bringing victory home. Kenya has chance to be happy once again after admirable performance of Beatrice Chebet. The Gold winner made are unfailing performance in women's 5000m trophy.
According to the news reaching us today evening, Chebet shined in the race where set record. The Kalenjin lady has been shinning in competition across the globe while representing Kenya. The super lady managed to clock 14:31 minutes Infront of Kipkemoi.
All eyes are on Olympics games which she hopes to keep her winning rhythm and bring more medals to Kenya. The competition in Zurich which she was number one are serving as preparation for the Olympics games.
Kenyans reacted to that excellent performance few minutes after being posted in Olympics page at Facebook. They congratulated her as she termed her as queen. Netizens have shown their gratitude by her performance which is commendable. Write your comments down here in what you think about Chebet.
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