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Joshua Cheptegei

Could Cheptegei become the next face of world...

The Kapchorwa native is emerging as the most dominant force in track and field

Kiplimo wins 5,000m at the Ostrava Golden...

The Ugandan youthful athlete built on his 10km win recorded at the Simplyhealthy Great Manchester Run last year with some good powerful sprinting to shock...

Cheptegei targets 10,000m world record in...

Cheptegei has been invited for the Valencia Cludad de Running race on October 7, where he will have an opportunity to build on the series of his breakthrough...

World Athletics votes Cheptegei Athlete of...

The 23-year-old produced a brilliant display to break Kenenisa Bekele's 16-year-old 5,000m track world record by almost two seconds as athletics made a...

First lady congratulates Joshua Cheptegei...

‘Congratulations to @ joshuacheptegei who has set a new 5,000m world record at the #MonacoDL. You have brought honour, pride and joy to your country. Well...

Cheptegei and three others go into self-quarantine...

Cheptegei and his teammate returned to the country through Malaba border from Monaco where they had gone to participate in the Diamond League.

Cheptegei returns from Monaco, eyes Olympic...

Cheptegei was received at Malaba customs border by the Tororo deputy Resident District commissioner Yahaya Were together with customs and security officials....

Cheptegei run every 100m in 15 seconds

Cheptegei shaved almost two seconds off Bekele’s 16-year-old world record time over the 5,000m as he clocked an astonishing 12 minutes 35.35 seconds.

Cheptegei rewarded handsomely for the new...

The Ugandan star wound up his Monaco Diamond League outing with a paycheque of over sh300m.

Who is Uganda's greatest athlete of all time?...

Could Cheptegei be the biggest name, or could it be his predecessors Stephen Kiprotich or John Akii-Bua?

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