as possible. There are both Kenyan and international runners staying in the camp, which was founded by runner Lornah Kiplagat, who has already secured her place on the Kenyan team for this summer’s Olympic marathon.It’s the rainy season in Kenya but the sky
RW website member Ashley Smith ran the Safaricom Marathon in Kenya on July 2, 2005. Here's his story.Last December my friend David – who lives in Kenya – asked me to come out and join him in running the Safaricom marathon, rated as one of the world
Tuesday is speed work day in Kenya too. And since it’s not raining, the track at Kamariny Stadium is packed with groups running intervals, practicing drills and chatting with their coaches.Wilson Kipsang, winner of the 2012 London Marathon, isn
My second day in Kenya begins at 7:30am with a five-mile run. I set off with Sarah Baxter and Sarah Ivory – the other two journalists being treated to a few days of Kenyan running – at a gentle 10-minute mile pace but I soon feel short of breath
stop to look at the London Marathon Wall of Champions. The influence of the race is huge in this area of Kenya. It’s the one race every Kenyan wants to win, and after seeing local residents Wilson Kipsang and Mary Keitany win the 2012 race recently
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. The form that took him to 27:18.43 in 1993 would have seen him line up against Haile in Stuttgart, had he been running for any nation other than Kenya. A half marathon time of 60:43 was an indicator of his cross-country and marathon potential. In 1994, he
have you showed dedication?I now spend two to three months a year in Iten, in Kenya’s Rift Valley. It’s 730m above sea level, so if you can run there you can run anywhere. It’s where a lot of the Kenyan elites live and train [it produced 81
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