The under 20 championship competition which is happening at kasarani stadium has today entered in another stage as Kenya win another gold medal in men 800m. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, Emmanuel Wanyonyi emerged to be number one in 800m. The race was very tough for him as he said that he didn't expect to win gold medal. This is the seventh gold medal to be win by kenyans in the ongoing competition at kasarani stadium.
Despite that, another athlete called Noah managed to be number two in the competition where he was awarded a bronze medal. It was a good day for Noah as he celebrate his first medal in the competition. It is now time for our government to help this young athletes who are showing good talent to the world so that they can continue making the country proud and famous.
It is now clear that our country is well known for athletes who are very hard-working and honest as we they represent our nation everywhere well. Remember to congratulate our athletes and wear masks so that to avoid the spread of covid-19.
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