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List of Kenyan Athletes Who Joined National Police Service.

Some of these athletes, their achievements on the tracks have earned them elevations and reclamation in the National Police Service, and utmost of the time, it's generally well justified. 

Omanyala caps off what has been a brilliant time for him by joining the Police force, where he'll now represent in competitions. 

One of the biggest pros of being part of the Police Service is the fact that Omanyala will be suitable to pierce the necessary coffers that will enable him to maximize his eventuality. 

Away from Omanyala, then are other Kenyan athletes in the Police Force. 

David Rudisha.

Rudisha remains one of the most fat athletes on the 800m tracks. The two time workd Champion won gold in the Olympics, and holds the record of the fastest time in 800m (141). He remains the only human to have ran 800 metres in lower than 141. 

Julius Yego 

Nicknamed Mr Youtube, Yego holds the rank of sergeant and works at the Directorate of Felonious Examinations at DCI headquarters.


The London Marathon champion also works at the Directorate of Felonious Examinations. She has been in the spotlight since the tender age of 17. 

Ezekiel Kemboi.

Kemboi is one of the important earlier athletes who brought glory to Kenya. The 39- time old won gold at the 3000 metres steeplechase at the Olympics and is presently placed as the sixth-fastest of all time in the 3000m with a particular stylish time of755.76. He's attached to the Presidential Escort Unit. 

Asbel Kiprop 

The 32- time old is a specialist in the 1500m races. A slice of luck in the in Beijing saw him awarded gold in the 1500m after the original winner Rashid Ramzi, tested positive for doping. 

He also went on to win three titles at the world crowns. He's attached to the Industrial Area Police Division in charge of share master.

Hyvin Kiyeng.

The 3000m steeplechase citation semifinalist presently works in Kiganjo as asergeant. 

Promoted athletes.

More frequently, athletes in public service tend to be awarded with elevations when they perform in exemplary fashion in colorful transnational events.

This was the case with both Timothy Cheruiyot and Hellen Obiri. Cheruiyot ranked as Chief Inspector and his creation to Elderly Supervisor came after his emotional display at the Tokyo Olympics where he won a tableware in the men's 1500m.

For Obiri, she was promoted to elderly sergeant following her heroics at the summer games.

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