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Sunday, August 21st, 2016

 

WELL DONE RIO 2016, WELCOME TOKYO 2020

A SPECTACULAR CLOSING CEREMONY OF RIO 2016 OLYMPICS IN PICTURES

The 31st Olympiad in Rio di Janeiro came to a spectacular close Sunday August 21, 2016. Here are some of the moments captured in photos. See you in Tokyo in 2020 for the 32nd Olympiad.   Notice: JavaScript is required for this content. Share on: WhatsApp


NAJIVUNIA KUWA MKENYA: KENYA IS NOW THE SECOND BEST TRACK AND FIELD NATION IN THE WORLD

MARATHON CHAMPION ELIUD KIPCHOGE GIVES KENYA THE FINAL WORD IN RIO 2016

The beautiful melody of the Kenyan national anthem filled the stadium in Rio di Janeiro’s Maracana Stadium as the Kenyan flag rose tall, above the flags of the US and Ethiopia in honor of Kenya’s Eliud Kipchoge’s win in the marathon race, the last event in Rio 2016 Olympics. Kipchoge beat Feyisa Lilesa of Ethiopia and Galen Rupp of the United States who won silver and bronze medals respectively. Despite not winning the gold medal, Rupp made history becoming only the 3rd American to win a medal in the marathon. Kipchoge finished in a time of 2 hours, 8 minutes and 44 seconds. Becoming the second fastest marathoner of all time. The world record remains standing at 2 hours, 2Read More


US WON 121 MEDALS THE MOST IN THE WORLD, AND WE ARE NOT TIRED OF THE WINNING

AMERICA IS WINNING! WINNING! WINNING! IN RIO

America is great. And in the Rio 2016 Olympic games in Brazil, the world was reminded of the sporting aspect of America’s greatness when the US national anthem was played 46 times in honor of American gold medalists-more than any other country in the competition. These were moments of pride when each time a member of the US team, the most diverse team in the world rose to the podium, hand on their heart and head help up high to represent the greatest country the world has ever known. As the games come to a close this weekend, the US leads the world with a total of 121 medals, 46 gold, 37, silver and 38 bronze. The latest gold comingRead More


DANGER AHEAD: RAMPANT DOPING AND KENYANS COMPETING FOR OTHER COUNTRIES

KENYA SHINES FOR AFRICA AT THE OLYMPICS

Kenya is on top of the Track and Field World, again. With a total of 12 medals, 5 gold, 6 silvers and 1 bronze, Kenya leads Africa among elite sporting nations in the 2016 Olympics in Rio Di Janeiro, Brazil. And is only second to USA and Jamaica in Track and Field competition. Let’s face it, for Kenyans the Olympics is about track and field contests. No offense to all Kenyan athletes in other sports such as Rugby and swimming or soccer, Kenya doesn’t win in those sports in the Olympics. I know Kenyans would like to win everywhere, especially with sports like soccer but Nigeria, Cameroon and other African soccer powerhouses are in the way. And Americans have a lock-downRead More


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