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Asiya: Paralympic Games eye-opener to endless chances

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Asiya Mohamed says the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics was an eye-opener to the endless possibilities in rowing for Kenyan athletes as Women Singles Sculls end

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Chela’s smile eases tension as Team Kenya Paralympics’ struggles continue in Tokyo

Chela’s smile eases tension as Team Kenya Paralympics’ struggles continue in Tokyo

Tension is palpable in media Mixed Zone in Tokyo Olympics Stadium as Nancy Koech makes her way led by her brother Geoffrey Kiplangat after Heat 2 of 1

Robin Toskin in Tokyo, Japan | 4 months ago

Paralympics finals: Brazil’s Jacques bags gold in the 5000m T11, locks out both Kenyans

Brazilian Yeltsin Jacques brushed aside both homeboy Kenya Karasawa and the Kenyan duo of Rodgers Kiprop and Wilson Bii to bag gold in the 5000m T11 a

Robin Toskin in Tokyo, Japan | 5 months ago

2020 Tokyo Paralympics: From cheating death to rowing in gold pursuit

It would take a cold-blooded and cruel-to-the-bone fiction writer to script Asiya Mohamed’s life starting with a train accident at the age of two.

Robin Toskin in Tokyo, Japan | 5 months ago

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