Monthly Archives: December 2008

COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON

It was the Angkor Wat half-marathon a couple of weeks ago. I wasn’t there since I was committed to the Singapore Marathon on the same day. But I was in Angkor Wat a couple of days ago, and the paint was still fresh on the road surface, indicating the kilometre marks and the turning points. […]






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RECORD END TO SAD YEAR FOR KIBET

For those of us who know Kenyan athletes as gentle, accomodating and largely ego-free people, the murderous riots following the contested elections in the East African nation a year ago came as a huge shock. But it was as nothing compared to the shock that some of the athletes had. World marathon champion, Luke Kibet […]






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