The list for candidates ahead of the National Olympic committee elections (NOCK) has been released in readiness for the elections to be held on May 5. Paul Tergat is unopposed for the presidency of the…Read More
Humphrey Kayange and Hellen Obiri Obiri have earned themselves athletes representatives positions in the National Olympic committee of Kenya unopposed ahead of the scheduled lections set to be held in May.
Paul Tergat will become the new chairman of the National Olympics committee of Kenya (NOCK) after incumbent Kipchoge Keino failed to submit papers on Tuesday.
Legendary athlete Paul Tergat’s bid for presidency got a big boost today after he got endorsement from half of the federations eligible to vote.
The International Olympic Committee has denied that any cover up took place of possible doping violations after claims that positive tests by Jamaican sprinters in 2008 were not investigated.
Kenya table tennis asssociation (KTTA) chairman Andrew Mudibo has declared interest to vie for the post of secretary general in the forthcoming NOCK elections.
Former KBC sports broadcaster and now sports administrator, Elina Shiveka of Kenya Hockey Union (KHU) has declared her interest for the position of treasurer
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The father of Olympics, Pierre de Coubertin, once phrased sports as a combat he said, “The important thing in life is not victory but combat; it is not to have vanquished but to have fought well.” When the idea of hosting modern Olympics came to Baron Coubertin, he had only thought to host it in Paris in 1900 but delegates from 34 countries were so enthralled with the concept that they convinced him to move it to 1896 and host it in Athens. This was the birth of the modern Olympic movement and after African countries gained independence they joined the movement since they believed in the spirit of Olympics and most importantly to announce they had arrived at the international scene.