Kenya is a land of acclaimed of numerous sportsmen who rule race tracks both locally and internationally, with an abundance of creative hobbies to pursue in spare time.
Sports and hobbies in Kenya Saint Hubertus are embedded Hunting Necklace in the country’s culture and are used to promote the highly social lifestyles and collectivist nature of the populace. By investing in sports as a culture (shown through the number of gold medals she has won), Kenya has also cemented its reputation as a home of sports champions. The Kenyan national anthem is Saint Hubertus a frequent tune at international sporting events as sports men and women receive accolades for their sporting achievements.
Notable Kenyan sportsmen
Kenya has nurtured Saint Hubertus real sports talent that includes sportsmen and women with domestic and international status who have won numerous gold, silver and bronze medals:
- Great Marathoner Catherine Ndereba
- Long-distance runner Paul Tergat
- Long-distance track runner Tegla Loroupe
- Gold medalist Ezekiel Kemboi
- Current 800m Olympic world record holder David Rudisha
- 800m Olympic Saint Hubertus gold medalist and winner of the Golden League Jackpot Pamela Jelimo
- Olympic gold holder, Samwel Wanjiru (deceased)
- Safari Rally driver Ian Duncan
- Rugby’s Humphrey Kayange
Major sports in Kenya
There are assortments of major sports that Kenyans are engaged in from childhood, through school years up to professional level:
Track & Field
Kenya is known worldwide Saint Hubertus Saint Hubertus for its achievements in track and field, including short and long-distance track and field, road and walking races, cross country and marathons.