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  1. Steve Omondi: Making lemonade from bitter lemons due to Covid-19

    I didn’t reach my destination via the shortcut.

  2. Cellestine Olilo: How athlete talk masks the real talk

    If you ask me, Kenyan track and field athletes are the greatest athlete talkers.

  3. Barnaba Korir: Be cautious when enlisting for international races

    The recent case of Ferdinand Omanyala highlights the perils of participating in an unsanctioned race.

    Ferdinand Omanyala
  4. Peter Njenga: Full house of works teams will enthral fans in the Safari Rally

    It will be interesting to see how Ford and others will fair in some few straights of the Safari stages.

  5. Charles Nyende: Fingers crossed for local sports to resume soon

    Kenya can learn from how other parts of the world are dealing with the problem.

  6. Elias Makori: Sports stars must shift away from ‘serikali saidia’ mentality

    Sport is important, but government has more important things on its agenda.

  7. Abdul Sidi: Start of Safari Rally sections to be graded ‘for level field’

    The Equator Rally will tackle six competitive stages that will be used in the WRC Safari Rally.

    WRC Safari Rally Service Park Manager Anthony Gatei (left) fields questions from journalists
  8. John Ashihundu: Vaccination programme offers ray of hope for sport

    Nationwide vaccination gives sports fraternity hope that President Kenyatta will lift ban on sports

  9. Moses Ojuang: Reconsider ban on football

    The suffering of our lads has not yet been fully comprehended nor studied.

  10. Philip Onyango: Centralise vaccination of players

    Asking other clubs to deal with county governments will not work.

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