Athletics

Olympic champs Rudisha, Kipruto lead Kenya team to London

Kenya's Olympic 800 metres champion David Rudisha, world 400m hurdles champion Nicholas Bett and former Olympic 3,000m steeplechase champion Ezekiel Kemboi have made the team for this year's world championships despite skipping trials.

Athletics: Kenya Tourism Board injects Sh20m to U-18 games

Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) has partnered with the IAAF World U18 Championships Local Organizing Committee (LOC)…

Fair show in Oslo as action moves to Stockholm

Jeruto shines in Oslo Diamond League action…

No wild cards for London Worlds

Kenya’s squad to the 16th IAAF World Athletics Championships will be picked next Friday and Saturday.…

Squad ready for third bite at IAAF World Under-18 show in Nairobi.

After two days of nothing but pure challenge, Kenya finally picked its squad for the 10th IAAF World Under-18 …

Following in Yego's steps: World Under-18 trials start at Nyayo

Schoolgirl Chebet makes baby steps in javelin, enough to surpass the qualifying mark.…

Commonwealth: Kenya withdraws from Games

Kenya yesterday confirmed its withdrawal from next month’s Commonwealth Youth Games in the Bahamas to concen…

The chase is on: World Under-18 and Africa Under-20 trials on at Nyayo Stadium

Chepkirui leads budding stars in battle for tickets in two-day championships.…

Bolts shakes off nerves to win final race on Jamaican soil

Usain Bolt partied with his devoted fans in an emotional farewell at the National Stadium on Saturday as the w…

Rift Valley Region dominates in Championships at Kabarak

Rift Valley dominant in national schools championships…

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21-year-old says her journey for glory in London started at the trials yesterday.

Chase for world tickets starts

It will be battle royale at Nyayo Stadium as Kenya’s top track and field stars seek tickets to fly the country’s flag at the IAAF World Championships in London in August.

Kasait and Kiyeng set to give stiff competition to national record holder

In the absence of world and Olympic champion Vivian Cheruiyot, Kenya’s hopes in the long distance races rests with Olympic 5,000m silver medallist Hellen Obiri.

Rudisha withdraws from trials

World 800m record holder David Rudisha has withdrawn from the national trials as Athletics Kenya (AK) released a star-studded start list for the two-day meeting scheduled for tomorrow and Saturday at Nyayo Stadium.