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BIO: Connie Makokha is a Sports Correspondent at The Star Newspapers for four years now. A lover of sports who is eager to tell Kenyan stories on and off the pitch, pool, track, court or range. Nature lover too.

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Kenya face Sri Lanka, Poland in roll ball world cup

Caleb Akhumbi's men's line-up come face-to-face with Sri Lanka to progress to the penultimate stage

Mushai successfully defends his 5,000m title

With his competition partner James Boit, this is their second medal at the Championships. The duo had on November 8 ...

Kiprotich, Chebet set to defend their title in Kabarnet

The four-time New York City Marathon queen Mary Keitany honed her prowess under the same platform some years back

Compell kicks off training today ahead of regional show

Fresh from winning the 2019 Jinja Open girls' under 13 title and finishing second in the U18 category in Uganda, ...

Coach Akhumbi wary of Argentina at the fifth roll ball World Cup

Kenya has been drawn in Pool 'C' alongside Argentina, The Netherlands, Sierra Leone, Oman, Guinea and Singapore.

Lwanga, Gichuki lead Kenya in regional showpiece

Peponi School's Bhaveshu Shah Viraj will be on standby as a replacement player. The team will be under the tutelage of ...

Kenyans have so far won one silver medal at the World Para-Athletics

T11 1,500m silver medalist and world record holder (3:58.37) Samuel Mushai leads qualifiers for Tokyo 2020 including ...

Mushai wins Kenya first medal in Duabi show

Mushai, guided by James Boit settled for silver medal after they clocked their season's best time of 4:08.47.

Warriors leave it late to pip Kaluluini in the league

The last two second of the match were crucial for the side from Murang'a who held their nerve to avoid a 32-all draw.

Mushai set to defend world T11 1,500m title

Mushai, the world 1,500m record holder (3:58.37 set in London 2012) who is guided by guided by James Boit finished ...

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