5. WORD FROM AK - It is with great pleasure that we are signing off another great year for Kenyan athletics that will live long in the history of our nation.
6-10. VIVIAN CHERUIYOT- She has been the toast of global female running this year despite standing overjust 5’ 4” and weighing some 38 kg.
11-14. THE LEARNING CURVE - Things we learnt from the Kenyan Teamat the Daegu World Championships and could be used to spur the best ever Olympics performance in London next year as Mutwiri Mutuota re-caps.
20-23. WORLD MARATHON MAJORS - It is quite symbolic that on the year when Kenya lost arguably the best male marathoner who has ever lived, another crop stepped up almost instantly to take ultimate distance running to dizzying heights.
24. THE KENYAN RUNER FOUNDATION - The Kenyan Runner Foundation (TKRF) has the primary mission to promote education amongst young and talented athletes especially those susceptible to drug abuse, crime,economic hardships, discrimination and marginalization.
25&28. ALL AFRICA GAMES - There is no doubt that Kenya did wellat this year’s World Championships in Athletics held in South Korea, but the country was not able to repeat the same performance in the All Africa Games held just a month later in Maputo, Mozambique.
33-34. SAMMY RONO - Sammy Rono is not your ordinary athletics coach. He is a humble and soft-spoken retired army man who cannot even attract a passing glance.
39. CAPTAIN SPEAK - First, I wish to salute our runners whohave always put our flag flying high and this year was no exception.
60. MARATHON INJURIES - Injuries that may be experienced when training for, or running a marathon can broadly be classified into either chronic or acute...
68-70. RUNNER'S DIET - Dr. Victor Bargoria runs the ruleson what to do to prepare for amarathon such as Stanchart Nairobi International Marathon.