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Empty camp frustrates Kenyan national coach

Julius Kirwa, the national athletics head coach, is a frustrated man. As the New KCC track and field weekend meetings ended in Mombasa on Saturday, he had no clue when sprinters meant to move to camp on Monday ahead of the World Championship set for Berlin in August would.

Julius Kirwa, the national athletics head coach, is a frustrated man.

As the New KCC track and field weekend meetings ended in Mombasa on Saturday, he had no clue when sprinters meant to move to camp on Monday ahead of the World Championship set for Berlin in August would.

Kirwa gave a thumps up sign for middle and long distance events as the curtain came down on the six-round weekend meetings but returned a fail verdict over the sprints……..READ MORE

 

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