Vincent Kiprotich wins 400m hurdles race during Kip Keino Classic at Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani on September 18, 2021.
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Kiprotich crossed the line triumphant in 50.19 to edge out World Relay shuttle relay bronze medallist Wiseman Were to second place in 50.44
Peter Kithome, the World Under-20 4x400m relay bronze medallist came in third in 50.54
Kerubo timed 59.05 seconds to win beating Ann Mwangi to second place in 59.59. Agnes Mutindi's 61.84 earned her third place.
"It was a good race and this forms part of my preparations for the Commonwealth Games and World Championships next year," said Kerubo. "I hope to meet qualifying times in both events."
"The race was pretty slow because we didn't prepare well. We were not sure if the event would feature," said Kiprotich, who now turn his focus to next year's Commonwealth Games and possibly World Championships next year.
"I want to see if I will qualify in both and if it get to worse make to the Commonwealth," said Kiprotich.
Kiprotich and Kerubo got Sh50,000 each from Absa Bank as a reward for their exploits.
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