Recently in Kenyan Athletics Category

World Relays2.jpgWorld Relays, photo by World Athletics

World Athletics puts on the World Relays this weekend in Poland. The pandemic has affected the event, but there should be exciting relays like the 4x100m and 4x400m!

Justin Lagat wrote this column on Kenya's chances at the 2021 World Relays.


The time for a hard run, photo by Justin Lagat/ Kenyan athlete

Justin Lagat writes about how challenging it is to be an emerging athlete without any way to make money or be seen by agents.

Eldoret City Marathon.jpgEldoret City Marathon, photo by Justin Lagat

Justin Lagat posted this piece on the Eldoret City Marathon on 27 March.

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Geoffrey Kamworor, photo by LOC/Copenhagen HM

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Kibiwott Kandie, photo by RunCzech

Justin Lagat did this piece on the upcoming Istanbul Half marathon and it's extraordinary fields!

Runblogrun Olympics.jpgA picture shared on Twitter by Athletics Kenya on NOC-K's visit to probable Olympic runners in Eldoret

Justin Lagat did this piece on the challenges that emerging athletes face in Kenya.

obiri©etiennefiacre.jpgHellen Obiri, Monaco DL 2020, photo by Etienne Fiacre

In his weekly piece, Justin Lagat helps us appreciate the challenges via the pandemic that Kenyan Athletics is responding to with their meet protocals.

Kimumu group.jpg*****On the Picture; with a friend as I joined the Kimumu group for a Fartlek Run*****, by Justin Lagat
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This is Justin Lagat's piece for the week, with his view from Kenya and how the pandemic is challenging the running community.

Vincent Kipchumba.jpgVincent Kipchumba, photo by

Peres Jepchirchir.jpgPeres Jepchirchir

Justin Lagat sent us this piece on how the pandemic has been a blessing in disguise for Peres Jepchirchir and Vincent Kipchumba.

EvKM0GyXcAAC1Pp.jpegThis was an exciting week in Kenyan athletics, and Justin Lagat updates us on all that is happening...

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