In the recent past years, stadium development in Kenya has been growing at a very fast rate.Some of this new upcoming stadiums are under the county governments while others are under the national government.So far, the national government has already delivered some world class stadiums like Jomo Kenyatta International stadium in Kisumu, Kinoru stadium in Meru and Wang'uru Stadium in Kirinyaga.This is not the case in other stadiums under both national and county governments as they have stalled for a while now.This stadiums are as follows;
Yesterday world record holder and gold medalist in Tokyo olympics went live to explain the pressure he has received from the internet on people calling him to return home(Kenya). In an interview held from Kampala Uganda on the DMighty Breakfast, Cheptegei says he is still working hard so that he can become an incomparable world champion and that he has nothing to do with Kenya and that he is not a victim of any form of injustice which have been brought up by partitioning of the East African region which saw some communities divided into two.
In the early years of the jubilee government after winning the 2017 general election the construction of many new stadiums across the country was launched so as to promote sports but the sad thing is that most of them are stalled the major cause being shortage of funds. Here are the top 5 stalled stadiums in Kenya;
The Kipchoge Keino world tour will be going live from Nyayo Stadium today. Starting from 12:30 pm the event will see top athletes compete for the gold medals. Being fresh from the Diamond league the atheletes are on top performance and will be sealing their top previous win in a world class one day event.
Dennis is a Form 3 student at Kiplombe Secondary School. Last week a video of him running to school, taking "a ride" with the marathon runners in training was trending on various social media platforms in Kenya. His story is still being featured in a number of blogs and articles and some mainstream media.
President Uhuru Kenyatta Joined kenyans in cheering athletes from across the world at a one day international event called 'The Absa Keip Keino Classics held at Moi International Stadium in Kasarani. This is the second edition of the event and it is the only Continental World Tour Series held in Africa.
Kenya is a country that greatly value sports, this is mainly done to support the talents of youths in the country. For that reason, Kenya is a home of football stars, marathon runners, boxing stars, heavy weight champions among many others. In fact in the world, Kenya is popularly known to be the home of best marathon runners worldwide, the country produced Eliud Kipchoge, Kipchoge Keino, Catherine Ndereba and many others who won medals in marathon internationally.
For an athlete altitude is a worrisome variable. The worry increases tremendously if the hosting country is high above sea level since the higher it gets the thinner the air become. To a middle or long distance runner thin air is synonymous to a tight grip squeezing around the lungs, mercillessly robbing one of breath.
Kenya has been a wonderful destination for all champions looking forward to make substantial moves in the world arena as athletes. Kenya offers a typical picture of all world varying environment for trainers. With Eldoret being the home to great athletes, Kipchoge Keino was honoured with the world continental tour coming to Nairobi.
Former Sports Cabinet Secretary Hassan Wario has been jailed for six years after he was found guilty of abuse of office. The former Cabinet Secretary was sentenced by Magistrate Elizabeth Juma on Thursday, September 16, 2021. Wario together with his co accused were found guilty of using their powerful positions in the government to contradict the law.
Eldoret is a town in Uasin Gishu County. Its known of the best athletes who come from the place who have flawn Kenyan flag in international arena. It is Not necessarily that all athletes come from this town but many of them live here. The main reason why they live here is because most of their training facilities are available here including best weather for such sport.
Kenya is a Democratic country that was a Britain colony. Kenya is famous all over the world for some reasons that I have organized as below. 1. Kenya has the best talent world wide Kenyans are among the most talented people in the world. In sports, individuals like David Samoei Rudisha, Kipchoge Keino and Victor Wanyama have waved Kenyan flag widely.
Eliud Kipchoge won the men's marathon in Tokyo Olympics with a commanding performance on Sunday. This was his second straight gold medal and he cemented his place among the greatest of all times. The second place was taken by Abdi Nageeye of Netherlands and third position was taken by Bashir Abdi of Belgium won bronze.
For the next two weeks, we will all be glued on our televisions as Kenya participate in the Olympics tournament. It's being held in Tokyo, Japan. Kenya normally prides itself in the races and we have world record holders. Kipchoge Keino for 42 kilometer marathon and Faith Kipyegon for half marathon race.
Kenya has a country has done well in the recent Tokyo Olympics turning out to be the best country in Africa on basis of the total number of the medals that they have already acquired at the Olympics. Kenyans all over the social media pages has been demanding an great recognition by the stated to Kipchoge.
A video of a boy who was seen running to school alongside marathoners hit the inter-webs and immediately went viral on Thursday, July 15. Dennis Cheruiyot is a form two student at RCA Kiplombe Secondary School, Turbo Constituency in Uasin Gishu County is not only the games captain but also enjoys playing volleyball, athletics and handball as part of his co-curricular activities.
On Thursday, July 15, a video of a kid running to school with marathon runners went popular on the internet. Dennis Cheruiyot, a form two student at RCA Kiplombe Secondary School in Turbo Constituency, Uasin Gishu County, is not only the games captain but also enjoys volleyball, athletics, and handball as co-curricular activities.
A video of a schoolboy seen running to school alongside marathoners hit the inter-webs and immediately went viral on Thursday, July 15. Dennis Cheruiyot is a form two student at RCA Kiplombe Secondary School, Turbo Constituency in Uasin Gishu County is not only the games captain but also enjoys playing volleyball, athletics and handball as part of his co-curricular activities.
Morocco's Soufiane El Bakkali wins the men's 3000m steeplechase final during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo on August 2, 2021. In Tokyo 1968 (Amos Biwott), 1972 (Kipchoge Keino), 1976 (Olympic boycott), 1980 (Olympic boycott), 1984 (Julius Korir), 1988 (Julius Kariuki) 1992 (Mathew Birir), 1996 Joseph Keter, 2000 (Reuben Kosgei), 2004 (Ezekiel Kemboi), 2008 (Brimin Kipruto), 2012 (Ezekiel Kemboi), 2016 (Conseslus Kipruto)… 2021 (Soufiane El Bakkali, Morocco).
President Uhuru Kenyatta joined Kenyans in celebrating athletes from across the world at a one-day international event dubbed 'The Absa Kip Keino Classics' held at Moi International Stadium, Kasarani. This is the second edition of the event and is the only Continental World Tour Series held in Africa.