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A Kenyan Triumph At The Seoul Marathon

James Kwambai held off a strong field to win the race.

Chance Meeting With Kenyan Runner Starts Tradition

One Toronto-based couple's charity has paid off.

Inspiration Comes From Within For Kenyan Runners

Arch rival Ethiopia already lags well behind in the medal count.

A Rite Of Passage Run For Young Kenyan Hopefuls

The course is 21 kilometers of pure hill.

Coming To America Is Not Easy For Kenyans

The process can take years and thousands of dollars.

Disabled Kenyan Athletes Hoping For Gold

They don't let obstacles get in their way.

What Does Gebrselassie Have To Do With Whiskey?

He was paid $100,000 to endorse a famous brand of alcohol.

Beating Ethiopia And Kenya The Salazar Way

He is using a combination of technology and old-fashioned training.

Kenyan Athletes Taking It To The Bank

The East African nation has won the lion's share of marathons worldwide.

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