Since the beginning of Olympic games, Standard Media Group through their free to air TV channel, KTN Home has been ensuring that Kenyans enjoy live action from Tokyo, Japan.The live events start airing at the channel early in the morning at 3.00am and runs till late in the evening at around 5.00pm.
So far, Kenya is yet to win any medal at the event.With Kenyas favorite sporting event which is athletics kicking off on Friday, KTN Home through their social media platforms have gone on to releasing the Athletics schedule which is set to run for the next one week.
Kenyans will be keen to see whether they will be able to bag in enough medals from athletics as it has always been in the previous competitions.Some of the elite athletes to watch are Helen Obiri in women's 5000m and 10000m, Ferguson Rotich in mens 800m and Eliud Kipchoge in the men's marathon among many others.
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