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Athletics Kenya ‘Concerned’ More Runners Will Test Positive for PEDs

A secret commission was set up in January to investigate doping among Kenyan athletes.

Kenyan Outsider Prevails At Berlin Half

Jacob Kendagor dips under the hour-mark for the first time in his career.

For Limo, The End Of The Road Is The Start

Distance runner explains an infamous workout that elite Kenyans do twice a week.

Korir Readies Himself For IAAF World Challenge

19-year-old Kenyan champion wants to dominate the track.

Geoffrey Mutai Has Records In Mind

The fastest marathoner of all time is eyeing the 10K world record in Ottawa.

Kenya ‘Prepared To Meet The Best’ At Cross-Country Worlds

The East African nation has won 26 world titles in 39 years.

Walking Helps Makes Kenyan Champions

Linet Masai walked 10K to school every day.

New Book Seeks To Explain Kenyan Dominance

One journalist spent six months in the East African country looking for the answers.

World-Class Runners Flock To Kenyan Town

Iten is the place to be.

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