Vincent Dock

Vincent Dock (right) and his training  partner Elly Obiero go through some kicking sessions at Moi Stadium in Kisumu on January 1, 2018 as he continued with his long term preparations for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.

| Tonny Omondi | Nation Media Group

Vincent Dock aiming high after fighting off cancer

What you need to know:

  • Where there is a will there is a way for former Kenya taekwondo captain who has battled the odds with no money, no job, no hope, to once again be in tip-top shape
  • The resilient black belt holder was almost certain to make the Kenya taekwondo team for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games before Hodgkin’s lymphoma put paid to his dreams, but after months of treatment he is back on the mend, engaging in the game he so loves and is now targeting a place at next year’s World Championships in Moscow

At 33, former Kenya taekwondo captain Vincent Dock should be a man in his prime -- on top of his game and the world.  


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