Kenyan Mark Otieno who failed drug test in the Tokyo ongoing Olympics has been on the headlines. Two photos of him and other Kenyan athletics Rotich has emerged online where they have been compared especially on their physical looks. Mark Otieno who looks very muscular as compare to Rotich who qualified for the Olympic 800 meters finals.
Kenyan sprinter Ferdinand Omanyala came third in the semi finals of the 100 meters race in Japan. The Kenyan secured a personal best of 10.00 seconds, this is also the national record for the speed track. He previously had clocked 10.01 seconds to qualify for the semi finals.
What a race.. what a time!!! All Kenyans joined by MBS David Rudisha too a Kenyan middle-distance runner couldn't hide their joy as they flood the internet to congratulate Omanyala for opening the door for sprint event in Kenya 2021 Olympics. Omanyala Omurwa proudly bet his own Kenyan record in the 100m at the Josko Lauf Meeting in Austria.
Kenyan sprinter Ferdinand Omanyala sets a new record by becoming the only ever Kenyan to qualify for 100m semi finals clocking a national record of 10,01 beating his own. Omanyala has put a smile to Kenyans after performing wonderfully, they now have high hopes that he will be bagging a maiden medal at the Olympics.
Alai with president Uhuru Kenyatta. The controversial blogger Robert Alai has sparked mixed reactions after he posted a controversial post that left many people guessing who he was referring to. In his late night post Alai said, " Music is the mask.Real job is wash wash and too much cocaine."
Kenyan Sprinter Mark Otieno has come out to defend himself concerning the drug substance found in his test.Otieno was on Saturday barred from competing in the 100m men’s heat at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics after he allegedly tested positive for a banned substance. This made him to be whipped out from the list before the kick off.
Drama was yesterday witnessed in Kisumu after a number of traders accuse the county government of Kisumu of allegedly taking advantage of them by diving the newly built Uhuru Business Park unfairly. Photo: Courtesy Speaking of to one of the reporters from NTV, a local claimed that the county government of Kisumu was not sharing this piece of land equally as they initially did before they were chased away by the government that needed to built formal or rather more improved stalls.
Ferdinand Omanyala has brocken the national record in 100 meters race after finishing 3rd in heat 5 today using 10.01 seconds . He has also brocken his personal best and qualified for semifinals. He is the first Kenyan to ever reached the semifinals of the 100 meters race in Olympics.
Kenyan sprinter Mark Otieno has been unofficially banned from participating in olympics games. He was to participate in today's afternoon 100 meters competition. Unfortunately, he has withdrawn from the competitions. On the other side, Kenyans ministry of spots confirmed to have received the provisional results of Mark Otieno's sample containing methasterone, the banned substance in his urine sample.
Sprinter Mark Otieno has come out to defend himself against doping allegations. Otieno was on Saturday barred from competing in the 100m men's heat at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics after he allegedly tested positive for a banned substance. This made him withdrawn from the race list. He has now broken the silence pleading his innocence vice a statement posted on his Twitter handle.
Ferdinand Omanyala Omurwa has finished third in Men's 100 metres.He has now booked for a ticket through to semi finals as he makes history as the first Kenyan to make it to olympics semi finals in 100 metres. Omanyala is Kenya’s first ever representative in the short distance.It took the Kenyan athlete 10.01 seconds to finish third in heat five.
It is a sad day as Kenya has seen one of her finest sprinters suspended from the Olympics 100 m dash after his urine sample tested positive for androgens, which are banned illegal substances that encourage muscle development. Mark Otieno has said that he has no recollection of what could have caused a positive reading and has subsequently requested an analysis of his B urine sample team Kenya officials have called for his case to be treated as innocent till proven guilty.
(Photo source:courtesy) Kenyas 100M sprinter Mark Otieno has claimed he is innocent following his suspension from the Tokyo Olympic games for failing doping Test. Mark was suspended on Saturday 31 july just hours before he was expected to participate in the preliminaries. In an emotional statement via his Twitter account Otieno has maintained that he would never engage in any activity that would jeopardize his career and that of his team mates.
ODM Party leader Raila Odinga has given the clearest indication yet that he is ready to work with the One Kenya Alliance. Raila says the party will hold a delegates conference in nyanza to seek delegates approval for the party to engage other political outfits. “I do not know who Raila Odinga is going to approach individually, but there is major sigh of relief among us because it has opened the window for us to freely engage with other Kenyans.” ~ Musalia Mudavadi.
Mark otieno finally break silence saying“As we honour the due process ongoing, I want to categorically state and let it be on record that I have never been involved in doping of any kind,” “My integrity as an athlete and as an individual is paramount to me and I hold in great honour the opportunity I have been given to represent my country on this global stage, as I have done so many times in the past".
Don't forget to follow me for more existing news every. Kenyan 100m athletic Mark Otieno has opened up to strongly stop any claims of doping, hours after missing out on a chance to qualify for the men’s 100m semi-finals in the Tokyo Olympics. As it had been reported earlier, Otieno was to be among 4 men’s 100 metres which was set to start at 1:45 pm on Saturday, July 31 but unfortunately had his name taken off the list.
Mark Otieno, a Kenyan 100m sprint racer, made headlines a few days ago after allegations of a banned substance found in him at the event. After days of silence, Otieno decided to make a press release on his Twitter handle to clear his name saying he was innocent and had never used any doping substance in his career.
(Photos courtesy ) It is a sad afternoon to Kenyan athlete Mark Otieno following the athletic's organization decision .The Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) has today suspended former 100m national record holder Mark Otieno.Otieno is one of the four athletes who were alleged to have violated the anti-dopings rules.This was after tests carried out by the International Testing Agency during the just concluded Olympics were found positive for Methasterone.
Kenya seasoned sports Journalist Carol Radull has cried foul after her close friend Mark Otieno failed doping test after anabolic androgenic steroid traces were found on his urine test. The Kenyan sprinter has been provisionally suspended just hours before he was to take to the track at the Tokyo Olympics.
Kenyan sprinter Mark Otieno has tested positive for a banned drug, according to Team Kenya, and will not compete in the Olympic qualifying heats on Saturday. Waithaka Kioni, Team Kenya's Head of Delegation, said, "We received communication this afternoon from the International Testing Agency (ITA) regarding one of our sprinters who had an Adverse analytical finding on a urine sample he supplied on July 28, 2021."