Kenyans use their running riches in cattle herding
Kenyans use their running riches in cattle herding

The Kenyans run to milk medals and herd cattles, literally. It is a well-known fact that Kenyans rule the world of endurance running but what is not is that they spend as much as USD 15000 from their prize money on cattle herding, mainly cows.

Kenyans Kipsang, Keitany win New York Marathon
Kenyans Kipsang, Keitany win New York Marathon

Kenyans Wilson Kipsang and Mary Keitany surged at the finish to win Sunday`s New York City Marathon, holding off rivals over the closing strides in Central Park for narrow triumphs.

Ethiopian Tilahun Regassa wins Eindhoven Marathon
Ethiopian Tilahun Regassa wins Eindhoven Marathon

Ethiopian Tilahun Regassa won Sunday`s Eindhoven Marathon in 2 hr 06 min 20 sec ahead of Kenyans Jonathan Maiyo (2:06:47) and Alfers Lagat (2:07:11).

Kenya opposition stages mass rally to challenge president

Thousands of Kenyans chanted anti-government slogans on Monday at a rally in Nairobi, where sporadic clashes erupted with political and ethnic tensions running high following deadly weekend attacks.

Farah faces marathon baptism of fire

Britain`s double Olympic and world champion Mo Farah makes his eagerly-awaited marathon debut in London on Sunday, but has his work cut out with the jump-in distance and competition from top Kenyans and Ethiopians.

Three prominent Kenyans appear at international court

More than 1,000 Kenyans were killed during the violence in 2007-08.

New constitution allows Kenyans to have dual citizenship

Kenya`s new Constitution which
was recently approved in a referendum, will for the first time
allow its citizens to have dual citizenship.

Three Kenyans face 76 murder counts in Uganda bombing

A Ugandan court on Saturday charged three Kenyans with 76 counts of murder.