Malkia Strikers have today officially named the 12-member team that has made the cut to represent Kenya at the Tokyo Olympics Games. The head coach Mr. Paul Bitok made the announcement this afternoon at the Kasarani Indoor Gymnasium. The team has been in camp since 22/3/21. The journey has been long, tough and full of...

Thursday, 24th June 2021: Kenya Breweries Limited, through its beer brand Tusker today launched the ‘Cheers to our Champions” national consumer campaign to rally Kenyans behind Team Kenya during the upcoming Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. The campaign gives consumers countrywide an opportunity to share goodwill messages and cheer our sportsmen and women as they prepare...

For the second year running, Olympics Kenya has given the young people an opportunity to celebrate the Olympic Day through creative deployment of their skills and understanding through an Essay and Art competition on Olympics, Olympic Day and Olympic Values. This was also necessitated by the continuing prevalence of covid-19 which has strict protocols on...

It’s 30 days to the delayed Tokyo Olympics games. Despite earlier fears on whether the Games will take place or not, the opening ceremony will kick start on July 23rd. – 8th August according to the organisers. Already postponed by a year due to Covid-19 pandemic, the games are expected to be held under strict...

“Olympic glory is still very much the focus”. An optimistic Faith Ogallo pointed out her motivation to train for several enervating hours. “I want Tae kwondo in Kenya to become better than it is currently by changing lives and make it fun for everybody by developing a strong mindset to train without procrastinating. The environmentalist,...

The Kenya National women’s volleyball team head coach Paul Bitok has  trimmed his provisional squad to 14 players ahead of the upcoming Tokyo Olympic games. The tactician dropped outside attacker Pamela Adhiambo and setter Emmaculate Nekesa ahead of Kenya’s come back to the Olympics after a 16 years absence  since 2004,Athens. He urged the youngster’s...

The Tokyo 2020 Olympics three-day national try-outs ended on June 19, 2021 at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani where Athletics Kenya then handed over the 41 qualified athletes to NOC-K . The list of the qualified athletes is as follows;                                                                     100M MEN NO. POSITION NAME CITY/COUNTRY TIME 1 1 Ferdinand Omanyala Omurwa MISC,...

Sunday 20th June, 2021 Olympics Kenya and the Ministry of Sports, Culture and Heritage have signed a Memorandum of Understanding towards the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. The MOU sets the cooperation and collaboration between the National Olympics body and the Ministry, ensuring that there are smooth, well-defined roles by the two institutions with the view to deliver...

The Tokyo 2020 Olympic tryouts for team Kenya athletes commence on 17th June 2021 at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani. The tryouts were beyond astounding as the athletes competed for the semi-finals and then finals aiming to beat their previous scores and chase their races’ qualifying time. The results for the first and second...

The world will celebrate Olympic Day on 23rd June 2021. NOC-K has always celebrated the day with the Olympic Day Run which involves federations & youth, but physical activities will not be possible this year. With this in mind, the Sports for All Commission has come up with the concepts of an art and essay competition...

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