Kiplimo who will compete in the 5,000m race will be hoping to build on his 10km win recorded at the Simplyhealthy Great Manchester Run last year, while...
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...
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.
The Ugandan star wound up his Monaco Diamond League outing with a paycheque of over sh300m.
The world 10,000m champion clocked 12min 35.36sec at the Stade Louis II to shatter Ethiopian Kenenisa Bekele's previous best of 12:37.35.
The Doha 2019 women’s 800m world champion wants to join that rare club of champions who have won the two prestigious titles.
At 9:13 pm, Joshua Cheptegei and Stephen Kissa will be the first Ugandans in action in the men's 5000 meters.
The Friday night race will also mark the start of the athletics calendar that has been on lockdown since March because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kenya is among the list of countries denied access to the European Union countries when the borders were reopened on July 1. Kenya has recorded 24,411...
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