Bullish Bitok scents history at Tokyo Olympics

Malkia Strikers coach Paul Bitok (right) issues instructions to his players during a training session at Pride Inn Paradise Beach Hotel in Mombasa on May 15, 2021.

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What you need to know:

  • Kenya are in Pool ‘A’ alongside hosts Japan, Serbia, Brazil, Korea and Dominican Republic and Bitok believes he has a squad capable of staging an upset in Tokyo
  • Experienced pair of middle blocker Violet Makuto and libero Elizabeth Wanyama were the surprise omissions in the final squad of 12
  • Skipper Mercy Moim, her assistant Noel Murambi, evergreen setter Jane Wacu and Edith Wisa are some of the experienced players in the team


Kenya are yet to win a set let alone a match at the Olympics but Malkia Strikers head coach Paul Bitok is confident this statistic is going to change at the Tokyo 2020 Summer Games. 

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