May 16, 2022

[PHOTOS] Mtongwe scoops first position in the KDF Athletics Championship

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Mtongwe scooped the first position in the KDF Athletics Championship.

The team scooped first position with 16 gold, three silver and three bronze medals while Nanyuki came in second with nine gold, eight silver and seven bronze medals.

Isiolo settled for the third position with six gold, seven silver and eight bronze medals.

 

May be an image of 2 people, people standing and text that says 'KENYA FORCES DEFENCE'Wiseman Were from Isiolo scooped the 400m Hurdles for men finals in 50.47 seconds in the ongoing Athletics Kenya Defence Forces Championship while Cpl Edward Ngujiri and Pte Nicholus Kiplimo secured second and third place at 52 and 57.71 seconds respectively at the Newly Commissioned Ulinzi Sports Complex-Lang’ata.

May be an image of 6 people, people playing sports, stadium and text that says '108 KENYA FORCES DEFENCE'Samwel Imeta from Nanyuki emerged winner in the 200m Men finals of the AKDF Championship after recording a time of 20.75 seconds as Cpl Mike and Spte Samuel Chege closed in at second and third place at 20.93 and 20.96 seconds at the Newly Commissioned Ulinzi Sports Complex- Lang’ata.

May be an image of 5 people and people playing sportsCorporal Joyce Chepkemoi from Laikipia Air Base clocked 31.55.09 minutes in the Athletics Kenya Defence Forces Championship 10,000m women race as Corporal Kimais and Senior Private Purity Komen closed in at second and third place in 32.03.68 and 32.30.32 respectively.

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Judy Kiyen from Moi Air Base clinched 1st position in the 1500m Women’s finals of Athletics Kenya Defence Forces Championship with a time of 4.08.00 as Sgt Winny Chebet and Cpl Serah Jepleting took second and third place with 4.08.06 and 4.10.85 respectively at the newly Commissioned Ulinzi Sports Complex – Langata.

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Benjamin Kigen from Nanyuki took the 1st position in the 3000m Men’s Steeple chase finals of the Athletics Kenya Defence Forces Championship with a time of 8.37.35 as L/Cpl Wesley Langat and Spte Elias Kibet closed in second and third place at 8.41.19 and 9.03.58 respectively at the newly Commissioned Ulinzi Sports Complex – Langata.

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