The Race On Who Will Succeed Kibochi As KDF Chief Become More Clear As This General Is Set To Retire
KDF is one of the of the most critical and important agencies in the goverment. KDF is a Millitary body tasked to defend this country from external enemies. KDF is made up of three units namely Kenya Airfoce, Kenya Army and Kenya Navy and it is lead by a chief of defense forces who is the senior most Millitary officer in Kenya.
Latest sad news being reported is that World 800 metres Champion, David Rudisha has been involved in a plane crash. David Rudisha is a household name in Kenya who managed to cement his name as one of the Legends in Athletics due to his impressive performance in 800 metres race.
Linet Toto Breaks Silence After an Amazing Performance in The 200M Race At Juba Leaving Kenyans Talking
The women representative for Bomet county Hon Linet Toto has done it again sparking mixed reactions among Kenyans. She participated in 200M women race during inter-parliamentary games that are currently being held at Juba, South Sudan. Hours after her prowess in the 200M women race, the Bomet women representative shared a post through her official Facebook account which triggered mixed reactions among Kenyans.
The majority of athletes, and particularly Kenyan ones, enter the field for financial reasons. However, the desire to amass wealth can lead anyone—not only runners—to make poor choices. Bernad Barmasai, a Kenyan 3,000-meter steeplechase runner, is a tragic example of how greed can lead people astray.
Commonwealth 100m champion Ferdinand Omanyala has returned to the country. He received a warm welcome at the airport after his triumph in Birmingham. Omanyala clinched the gold medal in the commonwealth games. He finished ahead of his competitors in a closely contested race. The sprinter is also the reigning African champion.
Her name is Sabina Chebichi. She was born in May 1959 from a humble background in TransNzoia county, Western Kenya. Sabina will always be remembered in the books of history as the first female athlete in Kenya to win a medal at Commonwealth games in Newzealand, 1974.
It was a good day to an African champion who managed to excel in athletics making Kenya proud. Ferdinand Omanyala who is the record holder of one hundred meter race successfully completed training in the police service and is set to serve the country the Best way he knows.
Today, the Kenyan team in Birmingham, United Kingdom is completing their participation in the games. It has been a nostalgic mood as there has been wins and losses, as it is in every competition. However, they tried their best. One thing that most Kenyans had waited with great zeal and anxiety is the 400 Meters by one relay.
The Kenyan Members of Parliament have outshone their counterparts from the East African region in Athletics at the ongoing Inter-Parliamentary games in Juba, South Sudan. The Kenyan legislators participating in today’s Athletics started the winning streak with an unmatched 100 Meters Winning Sprint by Mwala MP Hon Vincent Musau (alias Kawaya).
When Tokyo, Japan, was given the rights to host the 2025 World Athletics Championships, Kenya announced its intention to submit a bid to host the 2029 event instead. Sports Cabinet Secretary Ababu Namwamba has promised that Kenya will submit a stronger bid and continue to upgrade existing facilities in order to increase the country's chances of winning.
Ababu Namwamba, who serves as the Cabinet Secretary for Sports, has informed the public that the government intends to submit a bid for the rights to host the 2029 World Athletics Championships. The bid made by Kenya to host the 2025 Championships, which was rejected by World Athletics due to the country's lack of adequate infrastructure, was given to the City of Tokyo, which will host the 2020 Summer Olympics.
A host of sporting legends among them Kipchoge Keino and David Rudishada are in attendance to pay their last respect to Late Sports Veteran in Kericho County. Youth Affairs & Sports CS Ababu Namwamba has arrived in Kericho County to attend the burial ceremony of the late Wilson Chumo Kiprugut, who died aged 84.
For a long period, Kenya has conquered the athletics games. The history of Kenya's track and field dates back to 1951 when the Kenya Amateur Athletics Association was formed, and since then dominated the mid-to-long distance races across the world. In the recent Commonwealth games which have been taking place in Birmingham, England, Kenyans have once again proven their magnificent power.
World 800M record holder David Rudisha narrowly avoided death on Saturday, December 10, when the jet he was traveling in crashed in the Imbirikana district of Kajiado County. Rudisha was on the little plane at the time of the crash along with five other passengers. After taking part in the Maasai Marathon at the Kimana Wildlife Sanctuary in Kajiado South, they were making their way back to Nairobi.
Wetang'ula, has left netizens talking on different social media platforms. This is after he finally revealed the name of candidate he will support in Bungoma senatorial race. According to the source, Wetang'ula was saying that Bungoma is a stronghold of FORD Kenya and therefore, he will support Wafula Wakoli for the race.
Kenyan athletes have been shining in international competition and bringing victory home. Kenya has chance to be happy once again after admirable performance of Beatrice Chebet. The Gold winner made are unfailing performance in women's 5000m trophy. According to the news reaching us today evening, Chebet shined in the race where set record.
Africa's fastest Man Ferdinand Omanyala had a chat with the greatest marathoner of all time Eliud Kipchoge. The two have achieved success and broken records in Athletics Ferdinand is currently the fastest man in Africa and the 8th fastest man in the world after he clocked a time of 9.77 in September 2021.
Kenya and Athletics is like Europe and soccer, so inseparable. Kenya Continues to break ranks in World Athletics through our home made heroes and heroins like Ferdinand Omanyala, Kipyegon and Eliud Kipchoge to mention but a few. As the athletes strive for more medals, Commonwealth Games and Africa 100 metres champion Ferdinand Omanyala wants to break his own Africa 100m record at the Kip Keino Classic due in just under six months.
Source: https://www.kbc.co.ke/faith-kipyegon-nominated-for-womens-world-athlete-of-the-year/ Kipyegon won the world championship in Oregon before rounding off her electrifying season with a Diamond league victory. In addition, she set a new national record and set a new world record with a time of 3:50.37, only 0.03 of a second off the record.
Kidero who was contesting against Gladys Wanga but lost has disputed the results. According to Kidero, the win of Wanga against him is illegitimate null and void for he would also be moving to court to officially challenge the results. Here is a link: https://twitter.com/K24Tv/status/1558042619397246976?s=20&t=IvLegCvxaZUM3wLS1G03XQ