Athletics Kenya Names Team For Tokyo Olympics

Originally scheduled to take place from 24 July to 9 August 2020, the event was postponed in March 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic

Team Kenya for Tokyo Olympics

Team Kenya plans to fly out to Japan on July 5 to set up camp in Kurume for the Games which start on July 23. The Olympics are scheduled to begin on July 23.

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100m – Ferdinand Omanyala, Mark Otieno

400m women – Hellen Syombua

400m men – Emmanuel Korir

400m Hurdles Men –Moitalel Mpoke

800m women – Maru Moraa, Emily Tuwei, Eunice Sum

800m men – Michael Saruni, Ferguson Rotich, Emmanuel Korir

1500m women – Faith Kipyegon, Winny Chebet

1500m men – Charles SImotwo, Kamar Etyang, Abel Kipsang

Steeplechase women – Beatrice Chepkoech, Hyvin Kiyeng, Purity Kirui

Steeplechase men – Leonard Bett, Abraham Kibiwott, Benjamin Kigen

5,000m women – Lilian Kasait, Hellen Obiri, Agnes Tirop

5,000m men – Nicholas Kimeli, Daniel Simiyu, Samwel Masai

10,000m women – Hellen Obiri, Irene Cheptai, Sheila Chelangat

10,000m men – Geoffrey Kamworor, Rodgers Kwemoi, Weldon Langat

Marathon women – Brigid Kosgei, Ruth Chepngetich, Peres Jepchirchir

Marathon men – Eliud Kipchoge, Amos Kipruto, Lawrence Cherono

20km walk women – Grace Wanjiru

20km men – Samuel Gathimba

Javelin Men – Julius Yego

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