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    Kipyego rips up pacemakers' code to leave marathon field in his wake

  2. Faith Chepngetich Kipyegon, the 1500 metre Olympic champion, attends the 2019 Athletes Annual Confe

    Kenya's Kipyegon ready for Olympic title defence after long absence

    Kenya's Olympic 1,500 metres champion Faith Kipyegon said on Thursday that winning a silver medal at this year's World Championships in Doha after ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: World Athletics Championships - Doha 2019

    Kenya's Kipruto criticises Diamond League changes

    Kenya's Olympic 3,000 metres steeplechase champion Conseslus Kipruto has criticised the trimming of the Diamond League programme next year and ...
  4. Chicago Marathon - Kenya's Brigid Kosgei reacts after winning the women's marathon settin

    Kosgei targets Olympic gold after smashing world record

    Kenya's Brigid Kosgei, the fastest-ever woman marathon runner, has set her sights on next year's Olympic games, where a win will solidify her ...
  5. FILE PHOTO: World Athletics Awards 2019

    Athletics: Marathon man Kipchoge, hurdler Muhammad world athletes of year

    Kenya's marathon sub-two hour man Eliud Kipchoge and American 400m hurdles world record holder Dalilah Muhammad were named World Athletics ...
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    African champions Algeria begin title defence with rout of Zambia

  7. Chicago Marathon - Kenya's Brigid Kosgei reacts after winning the women's marathon settin

    Kosgei among five finalists for female athlete of the year

    Kenya's marathon world record holder Brigid Kosgei is among five finalists for the Female Athlete of the Year award after the sport's governing ...
  8. London Marathon Preview Press Conference

    Athletics: Kenya's Kiptum gets four-year ban for doping

    Kenya's former world half marathon record holder Abraham Kiptum has been banned for four years over an anti-doping violation, the Athletics ...
  9. A nurse talks to Apphia Ngunge, whose two year old son, Evans Mwendwa, had his index finger amputat

    Kenyan researchers work to produce East Africa's first antivenom

    Kenyan mother Beth Mwende heard her sleeping three-year-old cry out, but did not worry further after the child quickly settled - until the next ...