Kenyan's are looking for someone to blame for the poor results and they are putting the blame on nearly everything. The first to top the list of the blame game is the NOCK-Olympics Kenya's Committee. After posting the results of the just concluded 10000m men's race, Kenyan's had to react which was expected.
"Hard luck today as Rodgers Kwemoi came 7th, Rhonex Kipruto 9th and Weldon Langat 20th. The search for that elusive Gold Medal continues. We wake up and we fight for our country! Good run pals ...," NOCK posted on their Facebook page. Kenyan's reacted angrily to this and one Kibet Titus commented , "There is a problem that needs to be faced head on. NOCK-Olympics Kenya, radical surgery is needed."
This is a wake up call for NOCK.....This Olympic might disastrous commented Malaki Chege Ouma.
The Tokyo Olympics men10000 metres race has been wonby an Ethiopian while the Ugandan world record holder in the event has come in second followed by another Ugandan in third.
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