Kenya’s National team to the World Cross Cross Country Championships have officially started their training in readiness for the Cross Country Championships to be staged at the famous Kololo ceremonial grounds on 26th March in Kampala, Uganda.
Under the tutelage of Head Coach Wycliffe Ndiwa they were waiting on the late comers to enable them have a unified training programme as the focus turns on winning both individual and team titles in Uganda.
“The training started started yesterday and we kicked off the training on murram and then embarked on diagonals as we officially started our training,” said Ndiwa, whose team is camping at the Kigari Teachers Training College.
“The motivation at the camp is high and the athletes are responding on well, Ndiwa said.
“Once we got here, the athletes picked on Leonard Komon and Faith Chepngetich to be their tentative leaders but the official athletes’ representatives will be known at Wednesday’s meeting,” he observed.
The camp has been boosted by the presence of experienced runners such as Geoffrey Kamworor, Asbel Kiprop and Alice Aprot, we would integrate the cross country and relay teams for training purposes. We have faith in our team that we are going to do better,” Ndiwa concluded.