Chespol loses shoe, then roars to second best steeplechase

Kenyan teenager Celliphine Chespol, after temporarily losing a shoe on the penultimate lap, recovered to run the second fastest women's 3,000 metres steeplechase ever at the Prefontaine Classic Diamond League meeting on Friday.

Western, Rift Valley dominate athletics championships

Western and Rift Valley stamped authority as this year’s Kenya Teachers Colleges (KTCSA) National Athletics …

Kipchoge: Inside story of breaking 2-hour barrier

It was a race that global sports enthusiasts awaited with anxiety.…

Battle royale as police slug it out

Fireworks are expected when top guns battle in the final day of the National Police Service Athletics Champion…

Athletics: Kipchoge, Wanjiru, Keitany make Kenya team for London Worlds

Olympic marathon champion Eliud Kipchoge and London marathon winners Daniel Wanjiru and Mary Keitany will repr…

Youngster outsprints Rudisha in Shanghai as Obiri, Chepngetich win their respective races

Youngsters show they will be no pushovers ahead of World Championships.…

Aprot bags 10,000m title, Kimitei also shines at Kenya Prisons meet

Africa 10,000m champion Alice Aprot and Africa 10,000m silver medalist Wilfred Kimitei yesterday proved their …

Olympian Nyairera star attraction as Kenya Prisons champions begin at Nyayo

Former world 1,500m silver medalist Silas Kiplagat and Olympic 800m bronze medalist Margaret Nyairera are amon…

KDF firing blanks

They boast many firsts in Kenya’s athletics history. From track, cross country to marathon; they dominated o…

Kibor stuns, Wanjiru qualifies for London Worlds

Little-known Marion Kibor upstaged a quality 3,000m steeplechase line-up on the second day of the Kenya Defenc…

Athletics: Mombasa selects athletics team

Steve Wima had mixed fortunes during the Mombasa County athletics championships held yesterday at the Mbaraki Sports Club.

Kibai re-affirms his track supremacy in Eldoret

Simon Kibai, the world 5,000m deaflympics record holder, showed his might by winning the 10,000m race in Eldoret during the Safaricom national deaf athletics championships yesterday.

Kipchoge missing from list of marathoners

With focus now shifting to Daniel Wanjiru and Edna Kiplagat to lead the team of nine athletes in 2017 IAAF World Championships in London - in August, there will be more demanding questions than available answers as to why Eliud Kipchoge was not picked by Athletics Kenya (AK).

Deaf athletes in exciting duels at Olmpics qualifiers

The field was quiet. Sign language was the order of the day.

Who will stop Jebet? Steeplechase, a race made in Kenya for Kenyans

Kiyeng ready for second bite at the cherry as new spirit looms in the air.

Wait, all is not lost: Coaches to assess performance

AK upbeat to fashion strong squad despite lukewarm shows