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RETURN MEDALS, ANGRY SALLY SAYS: Barsosio annoyed with Junxia doping reports

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Kenya’s first women world champion, Sally Barsosio, reacted with consternation to a reported confession by China’s former world record holder, Wang Junxia to doping during her days at the top of global athletics.

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By Omulo Okoth | 5 years ago

Lornah’s track and family race

Lornah’s track and family race

Marathoner Lornah Kiplagat followed her heart when she met and fell in love with Dutchman Pieter Langerhorst seven years ago. "I changed my citizenship because, according to our African customs, a woman leaves her parents’ home for her husband’s. That is what I did," she says.

| 11 years ago

Kiplagat Masai Lead the Queue

Sally Barsosio still finds herself in a small group of one as far as Kenya’s history at World Championships competition is concerned. Incredibly, she remains the only female athlete from the country to ever step to the podium as world 10,000m champion, a feat she achieved in 1997 with a time of 31:32.92 aged 17.

| 11 years ago

RETURN MEDALS, ANGRY SALLY SAYS: Barsosio annoyed with Junxia doping reports

Kenya’s first women world champion, Sally Barsosio, reacted with consternation to a reported confession by China’s former world record holder, Wang Junxia to doping during her days at the top of global athletics.

Omulo Okoth | 5 years ago

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