African record holder in 100 metres sprint Ferdinand Omanyala has once again lost a partner. Omanyala who broke the African record in the Kipkeino classics has been facing some uncertainty after his contract was terminated with a sports agency that has been managing his training. As if that was not enough, the Kenyan international faces another blow.
Kenyan 1500 metres Olympic gold medalist Faith Kipyegon has been amazing this year. She managed to win everything in every race that she competed this year. Starting from Tokyo Olympic games, diamond league and Kipkeino classics just to mention a few. The Kenyan athlete was happy to close the events onthe home soil cruising to victory easily .
Kipkeino classics is an athletic tour that was launched in 2020. However, due to Corona virus, it was not held. Kenya is among the few countries to host the event.On 18th Saturday 2021,The event will take place in Nairobi at Nyayo National Stadium. The event only takes one day.
Good evening and welcome to my daily sports updates. For more news updates tap on the follow link on the top right corner. Faith Kipyegon has become a household name as far as 1500 metres race is concerned. The 27 year old mother of one maintained her perfect finish this year by winning yet another gold medal in Kipkeino classics.
Kenyan 5000 metres champion Hellen Obiri decided to join long races after the diamond league. Her first appearance in the half marathon was coupled with a big achievement in the United Kingdom. Obiri who was making her debut in the race emerged victorious setting the record that was last reached in 2013.
Good morning and welcome to my daily sports updates tap on the follow link on the top right corner if you haven't done so to receive more news updates. Welcome. Kenya has celebrated many athletes who brought alot of fame as good ambasadors during their time as runners However one of the most loved athlete in the country Faith Kipyegon achieved all this season.
Kipkeino classics is just one day away from the start and various athletes have been intensifying their preparation towards the same. Some international athletes have arrived in the country and will be training at Kasarani. Some of the big names that have already arrived in the country include Justin Gatlin who holds the world champion twice in 100 metres.
According to the reports from Mozzart sports, kenyan speedster Ferdinand Omanyala revealed his ambitions ahead of the imminent Kipkeino classics. The Kenyan will face a tough competition from world champion Justin Gatlin from the United States of America Justin Gatlin arrived in the country yesterday as he aims to win his third gold of the season.
Ferdinand Omanyala has become the fastest man in Africa after breaking his record in the Kipkeino classics. Omanyala broke his 9.86 record set in Austria setting a new record of 9.76 seconds. The fastest man came second just behind United States of America's Justin Gatlin who won the race.