Olympics: Ankle injury rules out Kenya 's Kamworor
BookmarkLONDON: Kenyan 10,000 metres runner and 2019 New York Marathon winner Geoffrey Kamworor has pulled out of the Tokyo Olympics due to an ankle injury, he told BBC Sport Africa on Thursday.The 28-year-old is a three times world Half Marathon champion, and previous world record holder, and had hopes of a medal in the 10,000m after winning the national trials.
AdvertisementAdvertisementHe won silver at the 2015 world championships in Beijing, behind Britain's Mo Farah.The injury comes after he was hit by a motorcycle while training near his home in June last year, suffering a fractured tibia."These are obstacles which can come on your way when you come back from a tough injury earlier on. It's only now extremely bad timing," the BBC quoted his manager Valentijn Trouw as saying.Read more: CNA »
Singapore-Malaysia land VTL: Up to 3,000 travellers allowed daily in 1st phase, via designated buses
SINGAPORE — Singapore and Malaysia will launch a vaccinated travel lane (VTL) by land on Monday (Nov 29) via the Causeway, but under the first phase of the scheme, travellers must be citizens, permanent residents or long-term pass holders of the country that they are entering.
Olympics-Athletics-Ankle injury rules out Kenya's Kamworor Kenya n 10,000 metres runner and 2019 New York Marathon winner Geoffrey Kamworor has pulled out of the Tokyo Olympics due to an ankle injury, he ...
Olympics: Tokyo 2020 chief doesn't rule out cancelling GamesYes we must cancel them CancelCulture Keep going, let the game begin! Cheers
Olympics-Rowing-Five to watch at the Tokyo OlympicsFive rowers and rowing crews to watch out for at the Tokyo Olympics :
FOCUS ON-Archery at the Tokyo OlympicsFocus on archery at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics :
FOCUS ON-Rowing at the Tokyo OlympicsFocus on rowing at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics :
Tokyo Olympics: What you need to know right nowThe hometown team scored the first win of the Tokyo Olympics ...