February 29, 2024




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Ghana-born Kofi Kingston lights up WWE

He is the only African-born world champion in WWE history

Legends Corner: Mickey Ragos

He still trains two to three times a week and noted that he cannot retire from training, saying, ” Most of my age mates just sit idle…which is not advisable. If you are idle you will gain weight….you may be affected by lifestyle diseases too…70 is not the age to stop training.”

Legends Corner: Moses Kiptanui

The steeplechase trailblazer

Jacob Ojee's delicate balance between sports, education and business

And as he goes about his activities on and off the pitch, he says,” I am guided by three pillars – hard work, patience and perseverance.

Triza Atuka restoring lost hope with Anti-Jigger Campaign

The veteran volleyball queen, Kenya National Team and Pipeline Kenya Volleyball player, Triza Atuka, hails from Lukanji Village. She is determined to see her village break off from the chains of poverty, economic malaise, social degeneracy, and hard knock disillusionment. She is determined to do this and she has begun with the anti-jigger campaign

Geoffrey Kimani - Blazing the Kenyan coaching trail

Geoffrey Kimani - Blazing the Kenyan coaching trail

Kenyan born Kamau features in A-League fixture

Kenyan born Kamau features in A-League fixture

Multitalented Ian Ngatia

Multitalented Ian Ngatia

Kids benefit from Michezo Afrika, Baylor program

Kids benefit from Michezo Afrika, Baylor program