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West Africans have the best bodies for sprint champions

Scientists have proved that the best sprinters come from West Africa. The irony is no West African has ever held a sprint record.
By Kenyatta Otieno Mar. 5, 2023
Facilities have stalled and turned to eyesores, putting to shame areas that have produced the highest number of top athletes, who continue to rake in the medals.
By Stephen Rutto Mar. 5, 2023
By Kenyatta Otieno Feb. 23, 2023
By Stephen Rutto Jan. 24, 2023
By Washington Onyango Jan. 16, 2023
Kenyan athletes continue to join the police, prisons service and the military, where they balance law enforcement duties and sports.
By Stephen Rutto Jan. 24, 2023
When Covid-19 struck in 2020, many athletes were confined in their homes with no activities for almost two years. The pandemic indeed taught everyone vital lessons on not depending on one job.
By Washington Onyango Jan. 16, 2023
Eldoret, the City of Champions, will continue giving athletics enthusiasts succulent action with the World Athletics Cross Country Tour – Gold at the Lobo village.
By Stephen Rutto Jan. 8, 2023
From football to hockey, athletics to rugby, basketball to school games, this year provided hope despite many challenges.
By Eric Nyakagwa Jan. 1, 2023
The so-called ‘brujas’ claim they took up arms to rescue Messi after their nation’s surprising loss to Saudi Arabia within the opening match.
By The Nairobian Reporter Dec. 24, 2022
Lionel Messi was on Friday the man of the match when he helped guide his country to the last four of the World Cup at the expense of the Netherlands.
By Standard Reporter Dec. 10, 2022
Whether it was in the rule book or not, Lionel Messi was going to do just about anything to get to the World Cup semifinals.
By Associated Press Dec. 10, 2022
Neymar is again going home without a World Cup title. Luka Modric’s quest continues unabated.
By Associated Press Dec. 10, 2022
The first World Cup held in an Arab nation has produced the Arab world’s first quarterfinalist.
By Associated Press Dec. 7, 2022
With Cristiano Ronaldo on the bench, the superstar striker’s replacement scored a hat trick to lead Portugal over Switzerland 6-1 and into the World Cup quarterfinals on Tuesday.
By Associated Press Dec. 7, 2022
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