Kenya Prison’s Kipngetich Ngeno defends his 800m National Athletics Championships title

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Kenya Prison’s Kipngetich Ngeno defends his 800m National Athletics Championships title

Kipngetich Ngeno of Kenya Prison reaffirmed his dominance in the 800m event at the Athletics Kenya National Athletics Championships, blazing across the finish line with a remarkable time of 1:45.03.

With precision and determination, Ngeno successfully defended his title, showcasing his prowess on the track. His victory was hard-fought, with formidable competition from athletes like Stanley Kebenei of the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF), who pushed him to his limits.

Meanwhile, Timothy Cheruiyot, renowned for his excellence in the 1500m event at the Olympics, displayed his versatility by clinching the bronze medal in a different category. Representing the Prisons team,

Cheruiyot demonstrated his adaptability and commitment to success, further solidifying his reputation as one of Kenya’s top athletes.

The electrifying atmosphere at the Ulinzi Sports Complex bore witness to exceptional athleticism and the unyielding spirit of these competitors, setting the stage for an exhilarating championship.

At the same time Meshack Babu timed 10:35s to edge out Mark Otieno in the men’s 100m finals to become national champion at the second day of the championships.

AK will use the two-days trials to pick the team that will head to Cameroon for the week-long Africa games.

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