First Lady Margaret Kenyatta, the current patron of W-U18, Kenya Chapter, today expressed satisfaction with the preparations of the global event at Moi International Sports Centre , Kasarani and Kenyatta University where all the athletes will be accommodated in a special Games Village.
Our athletes are probably the most tested at these Olympics. As they compete urge them to remain focused and undistracted, to keep their eyes on the prize, and put forth their best effort. As a country, we are proud of them and look forward to welcoming them back home in a few weeks.
Kenya rugby 7s flier Collins Injera became the leading try scorer in world standings on Saturday at the London 7s, after breaking the long-standing 230 tries mark set by former Argentine international Santiago Gomez Cora.
The President has signed the Anti-Doping Bill into law beating the May 2 WADA deadline. Uhuru Kenyatta said the signing signaled the continuation of the government’s efforts against cheating and corruption in sports.
West Indies batsman Chris Gayle has been fined Sh735,889 by the Melbourne Renegades Twenty20 team for asking an Australian TV reporter out on a date and directing personal comments at her during a televised pitch-side interview.