The last day of IAAF world championships in London, #teamkenya won two gold medals to finish second in the global showbiz in the colonial master’s land.
Reigning World 1,500m silver medalist Elijah Motonei Manangoi elevated himself to a gold medal on the last day of IAAF World championships in London.
Olympics 800m bronze medallist Margate Wambui Nyairera lost the grip to win any medal in the two laps race. Wambui, the only Kenyan on track for the final race finished 4th won by South African Caster Semenya.
Olympics 5,000m silver medalist Hellen Onsando Obiri that changing from 1,500M to 5,000m was not a fluke but her favourite.
Kenyan Cyrus Rutto failed to live his expectations to win the first ever gold for Kenya in 5,000m at IAAF world championships that was last won by Benjamin Limo in Finland’s Helsinki in 2005.
1,500m top runners from Kenya will be chasing for podium sweep at this year’s IAAF world championships currently in London, Great Britain.
Olympic 800m bronze medalist Margaret Wambui Nyairera will be facing an uphill task to win gold in the ongoing IAAF world championships in London,Great Britain.
Defending world champion 3,000m steeplechase Hyvin Kiyeng was relegated to bronze in the water and barriers race.
The World 1,500m defending champion Asbel Kiprop, World 1,500m Silver medalist Elijah Motonei Manangoi, Ronald Kwemoi and Timothy Cheruiyot qualified to compete in the semi final race of 1,500m in the ongoing IAAF world championships in London.
In absence of 2013 world 800m champion Eunice Jepkoech Sum, who withdrew following illness, Margaret Wambui Nyairera was the only Kenya who qualified to compete in women’s 800m semi final. As world javelin defending champion Julius Yego qualifies. Wambui won in the last heat after Emily Cherotich Tuwei missed a chance to compete in the […]