1. Ekwam prays for dream debut at Kip Keino Classic

    Ekwam is ranked 11th in the world this year.

    National 400 metres champion Zablon Ekwam
  2. Rotterdam Marathon winner dedicates title to fallen star Kiptum

    Nageeye had pitched camp in Kaptagat to prepare for Sunday’s race.

    Kelvin Kiptum
  3. PREMIUM Kipkemoi: We’ll run race of our lives in honour of Kiptum

    Today's Rotterdam Marathon was meant to be all about the fallen marathon record holder Kelvin Kiptum.

    Kenneth Kipkemoi
  4. PREMIUM Special watch and cheers for Kiptum in Rotterdam

    Kiptum, who set the world marathon at an incredible two hours and 35 seconds, died in a car crash on the night of February 11 on the Kaptagat-Eldoret road.

    Kelvin Kiptum
  5. Two in a row: Focused Wanyonyi shows his hand

    Emmanuel Wanyonyi hopes to run a new personal best time in front of home fans.

    Emmanuel Wanyonyi
  6. Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge eyes Olympic gold medal hat-trick

    Olympic marathon champion says he has no plans of retiring any time soon.

    Eliud Kipchoge
  7. Omanyala, Moraa eye fast times at Kip Keino Classic,

    Moraa said that she wants to enter Paris for the Summer Olympics Games with a new career best time.

    Absa Kip Keino Classic launch
  8. Absa wires Sh40 million to Kip Keino Classic

    Muthui said that they feel proud to be part of the Kip Keino Classic journey of nurturing stars through athletics.

    Absa Kip Keino Classic
  9. Sprinter Mboma to make her comeback at Kip Keino Classic

    Namibian sprinter back in action after prolonged layoff to lower her testosterone levels.

    Christine Mboma
  10. Olympic gold medalists to get cash prizes for the first time

    The payment of prize money will depend upon the World Athletics ratification process.

    World Athletics President Sebastian Coe.