Kenya: Poor Management Blamed for Olympic Performance
The Prime Minister has blamed poor selection, training, preparations and management by the National Olympics Committee of Kenya as the reasons for country's poor showing at the 2012 games in London.
President Mwai Kibaki hands over the national flag to 2012 Olympic team captain, David Rudisha (file photo).
Capital FM, 23 August 2012
Athletics Kenya Chairman, Isaiah Kiplagat has exonerated his federation from blame for the debacle that befall Team Kenya at the recently concluded London Olympics. read more »
Capital FM, 21 August 2012
President Mwai Kibaki has directed the Ministry of Sports to move fast and establish the cause of the dismal performance of Team Kenya at the recently concluded London Olympics. read more »
Capital FM, 15 August 2012
In what may well be his last act at the helm of the national athletics team head coach, Julius Kirwa, alleges the National Olympics Committee of Kenya (Nock) lost the plot at ... read more »
Capital FM, 14 August 2012
Ahead of Team Kenya's arrival from London 2012 on Wednesday, the inquest into the lacklustre performance in the 30th Olympiad is well underway. read more »
The Star, 13 August 2012
Finally, Kenya settled for two gold, four silver and five bronze medals as the curtains came down last night on the Olympic Games in London. This was below the expectations of ... read more »
The Star, 9 August 2012
FORMER 1,500m Olympic champion Noah Ngeny is blaming the National Olympic Committee of Kenya over the poor results so far posted at the London Olympic Games. read more »
Beijing Olympics and world indoor champion Pamela Jelimo has owned up to a tactical error she says cost her the chance to cement a legacy in women 800m running at the London games. Read more »