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World Half Marathon: Uganda’s Prize Money Revealed

How Uganda Performed:*Jacob Kiplimo (1st) - $30,000*Joshua Cheptegei (4th) - $7000*Uganda Men (3rd) - $9000*Uganda Women (4th) - $7500 Uganda athletes will take home a combined Sh199m following their heroics at the Saturday's 2020 World Half Marathon in Gdynia Poland. Teenager Jacob Kiplimo won the men's title in a championship...
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Jacob Kiplimo Wins World Half Marathon In Poland

Uganda's Jacob Kiplimo has won the 2020 World Half Marathon in Gdynia, Poland. The teenager finished in a time of 58:49 but debuting pre race favourite and compatriot Joshua Cheptegei finished fourth, just outside the medal bracket. Kiplimo sets the new Championship record which was held by Geoffrey Kamworor who...
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World Half Marathon: Team Uganda Flies Out

Uganda Athletics FederationSmarting from setting a new 10,000m World Record in Valencia, Joshua Cheptegei now leads Team Uganda’s onslaught for top honours at the World Half Marathon Championships. The World Athletics Half Marathon Championship Gdynia 2020, is due October 17, 2020 in the northern Polish Baltic coast city, Poland. The...
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Athletics: Uganda’s Chelangat to compete in Hengelo

Ugandan long distance runner Sarah Chelangat departs to Netherland tonight to compete in her second international race of the 2020 season. The 20-year old athlete is scheduled to compete in the 5000m Hengelo Meeting due October 10, 2020 in Hengelo. She departs tonight 11.00pm and flies back home on October...
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Cheptegei Doesn’t Need My Advice – Bekele

Legendary long distance runner Kenenisa Bekele says that he doesn't need to offer Joshua Cheptegei any guidance as the Ugandan prepares to break his 10000m World Record. On October 7 in Valencia, Cheptegei will be going for Bekele's 10,000m world record which has stood for 15 years - The Ethiopian...
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Nanyondo Set For Continental Tour In Nairobi As Chelimo Opts Out

After the Doha Diamond League, Winnie Nanyondo now turns to Nairobi World Athletics Continental Tour where she has been invited to compete in 1500m race on October 3, 2020. Uganda’s Oscar Chelimo who was earlier entered for 5,000m event has meanwhile opted out on account of unfitness. The number of...
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Athletics: Uganda Names Team Of Six To Compete In Kenya

Uganda has confirmed a national team of six runners to compete at Nairobi World Athletics Continental Tour Gold due October 3, 2020. The Uganda team comprise ), men - Abel Sikowo (3000mSC), Oscar Chelimo (5000m), Samuel Kibet (5000m) and women- Leni Shida (200m/400m), Peruth Chemutai (3000mSC) and Sarah Chelangat (5000m)....
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Nakaayi Tips Nanyondo Ahead Of Doha Showdown

Halimah Nakaayi has tipped her training partner and close friend Winnie Nanyondo ahead of the final meeting of this year's Wanda Diamond League. Nanyondo, set for the 800m, is the only Ugandan athlete competing on Friday in Doha. After a year past, Nanyondo returns at the venue where she finished...
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Diamond League: Winnie Nanyondo Braced For Doha

Winnie Nanyondo has been listed for the final showdown of the 2020 Wanda Diamond League this Friday at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar. Nanyondo will take part in the Women's 800m. The middle distance runner returns in Doha after a year where she finished fourth last year at...
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Jacob Kiplimo Wins 5000m in Ostrava After Two-Year Absence

Uganda's long distance runner Jacob Kiplimo has defied odds to win the 5000m race at the Golden Spike meeting in Ostrava, Czech Republic. Kiplimo, 19-year old, outpaced favourite Seleman Barega of Ethiopia to win after finishing at 12:48.63 on his return to track. Barega finished third with 12:49.08 while Italy's...
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