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Kenyan team for world pole vault race depart Tuesday Tuesday night to Poland

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The athletes who will be participating in 7 disciplines have been in camp for the past three weeks at Kasarani Stadium in preparation.

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Kenyan runners in the 400-meter relay for four athletes will use the competition to compete for a ticket to the Olympics, needing to reach the semi-finals to join their female counterparts who have already booked the Tokyo Japan ticket.

Kenyan team for the Relays world tournament with Kenyan athletics officials

The team, led by coach William Murgor, will compete in the 4-meter finals for four male and female athletes, 200 meters for four male and female athletes, Shuttle Relay, 400 meters for mixed relay runners, 400 meters for four athletes, running around the field twice each (2x2x400M).

Kenyan athletes heading to Poland

Kenya’s full force includes: –

Women 4x400m: Mary Moraa, Hellen Syombua, Veronica Mutua, Gladys Musyoki and Joan Cherono

Men 4x400m: Emmanuel Korir, Emmanuel Mutua, Stanley Kieti, Aron Koech, Zablon Ekwam;

4 × 400 Combination sent: Eglay Nalianya, Sylvia Chesebe, Hellen Syombua, Mary Moraa, Jared Momanyi, William Ryan, Daniel Sanayek, Kevin Kiprotich;

Shuttle Shipping: Priscilla Tabunda, Vanice Kerubo, Rukia Nusra, Wiseman Were, Michael Musyoka, Kipkorir Rotich;

Men 4x200m: Mike Mokamba, Elijah Matthew, Hesbon Ochieng, Mark Otieno, Dan Kiviasi;

Women 4x200m: Maximilla Imali, Evangeline Makena, Doreen Waka, Monica Safania, Susan Nyambura;

Combination of 2x2x400m: Ferguson Rotich, Wycliffe Kinyamal, Naomi Korir, Emily Cherotich

Kenya will aim to improve results 2 years ago Yokohama Japan finished out of the top 10 teams with just one bronze medal for 400 men four rotating sticks.

The team, led by captain Aaron Koech, will leave the country on Tuesday night on a KLM flight.

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