Despite world 800m record holder and defending champion David Rudisha, all three Kenyans qualified to compete in the semi finals at the ongoing IAAF world championships in London.
Boniface Ontunga Mweresa was the only Kenyan who qualified to run in the semi final 400m race in the ongoing IAAF World Championships in London.
Paul Tanui is the only Kenyan who has never missed a medal at the world events. The holy gentleman won the first medal for Kenya-bronze at the only final race on the opening day of IAAF World Championships in London.
Reigning Olympic 1,500m champion Faith Chepngetich Kipyegon and 2006 world junior 800m silver medalist Winny Chebet battled qualified to run in Sunday’s semi final race in 1,500m on the opening day of IAAF World Championships in London.
Flomena Cheyech Daniel, the 2014 Commonwealth Marathon champion is optimistic that teamwork will be necessary for team Kenya to shine at the August IAAF world championships in London.
Five refugee athletes are set to improve on their performance during the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London, England unlike their dismal performance at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.
Medal prospects for Kenyan team will be expected on Friday afternoon in 2000m steeplechase final.
David Kipkogei, the 2013 Deaflympics 10,000m bronze medalist is among thirteen athletes and 16 disciplines whose dreams of competing for the country at the Deaflympic Games in Turkey came to an end after they failed to join the rest of athletes in the camp at Kasarani stadium.
Simon Kibai will be defending his three titles at the forthcoming Deaflympic games set for Samsun City of Turkey scheduled for July 18th -30th.
Double Deaflympic champion Simon Kibai and his compatriot Deaflympics double silver medalist Daniel Kiptum will be taking on each other during the Deaflympics national Deaf Track and Field championships on Tuesday.