Africa's Rising. Let's Play.
  1. Abdul Sidi: Organisers put final touches in preps for Nanyuki Rally

    The event will have three competitive stages that will be done twice.

    Carl Tundo.
  2. John Ashihundu: Turn up in big numbers and bail out Leopards

    Club patron Musalia Mudavadi should use his connections to ensure the drive is a success.

    AFC Leopards
  3. Joseph Mboya: Strong league start good for Gor, let’s build momentum 

    Our 2-1 victory over the bankers has given us a glimpse of what to expect.

    KCB midfielder Michael Mutinda vies for the ball with Gor Mahia forward Benson Omalla
  4. Moses Ojuang: FKF, get a standard trophy for winners

    FKF has run out of ideas, and no sane sponsor would wish to work with them.

  5. Jeremy Awori: Why private sector needs to partner government to develop sports sector

    It is undeniable that on the global stage, nothing shines the spotlight on Kenya like the prowess of our athletes.

    Ferdinand Omanyala
  6. Cellestine Olilo: Starlets march on despite shoddy treatment from federation

    Kenya host Uganda on Saturday at Nyayo.

    Harambee Starlets defender Dorcas Shikobe (left) vies with Zambia forward Barbra Banda
  7. PRIME Charles Nyende: Omanyala on track to becoming a genuine global sprints legend

    Is this his career apotheosis? Almost.

    Ferdinand Omanyala
  8. Peter Njenga: Young stars stirring fresh interest in sporting activities 

    Like athletics, rallying has for a long time been left to a small clique of drivers and die-hard fans.

    McRae Kimathi
  9. Abdul Sidi: Test of speed for drivers in Mini Classic

    Gillan Dykes and Nazir Yakub will be the rally stewards in the competition.

    Baldev Chager navigatedby Ravi Soni in his VW Polo R5
  10. John Ashihundu: Short-term contracts not working for us 

    Our patron should use his political connections to search for a serious and stable sponsor.


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