Second AK meeting starts in Kisii as obiri opts out

  The two-day second leg of the Athletics Kenya (AK) track and field contest begins today at Kisii University. The event comes after the opening contest that featured only 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m and field events in Kisumu two weeks ago. World 5,000m champion Hellen Obiri, who was expected in the event, opted out of the event, saying she is not… Read more

AK to set field events,sprinters camp in Nyanza

Athletics Kenya has announced its plans to set up training camps for sprinters and field events participants in Nyanza. Through its Nyanza region chairman,Joseph Ochieng,AK says that the main aim for the camp will be to facilitate training and help revive the fading sprinter prowess from the region. It is said that plans are underway and through the initiative,a lot of both senior and upcoming athletes will… Read more

Chapa Dimba heads to Nyanza as tournament hots up

  The second stage of Nyanza region Chapa Dimba tournament will go down this weekend across different venues. A total of 173 matches will be played in Nyanza this weekend as the Chapa Dimba Na Safaricom Tournament enters Nyanza for the preliminary stage.
Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Nyanza North Branch will host 88 matches while 85 matches will be played in…
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Ombasa, Muregi make Shujaa squad for Safland Sevens

The Menengai Oilers duo of Eric Ombasa and Sam Muregi, star performers during the 2017 National Sevens Circuit, have been handed the opportunity to make their maiden representative appearances in the sevens version of the game after being included in the Shujaa travelling party to this weekend’s Safland Sevens in Swakompund, Namibia. They join a seasoned group of travellers who include Sammy Oliech, Oscar Ayodi, Eden Agero and Frank Wanyama as the Kenya Sevens set up seeks to try out combinations and test new and returning players ahead of the upcoming campaign.

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African tournament dedicated to Kenyan peace

The Council of East and Central Africa Football Associations (CECAFA) will dedicate next month’s Challenge Cup in Kenya to peace following the post-election violence witnessed in parts of the country.

The 12-nation tournament, which runs from November 25 to December 9, will be played in Nakuru, Kakamega and Kisumu, the opposition stronghold in western Kenya where clashes…
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