An introduction to sports in Kenya

Football is by far the most popular sport in Kenya. The second most popular sports in Kenya are rugby and athletics, followed by basketball. The other sports that have a sizable following in Kenya include volleyball, cricket and boxing
 

Kenya Sports News and Commentary


 
Taking Kenya volleyball to next level

Kenya women’s volleyball caps three decades of excellence

Kenyan Ice Hockey ace Johnny Oduya is two time NHL champion

Photos: Kenya wins 2015 Africa volleyball championship

Rudisha impressive in first Diamond League win of 2015

Kiprop and Birech shine in Oslo

With a huge heave, Yego writes himself into history books

Historic win for Kenya over Portugal

Kemboi as baack ! and Sum still invincible

MP Silva should blame themselves for FKF saga

Brilliant game for Mike Okoth Origi in 1999

2015 NCAA roundup: Joel Awich

NCAA 2015 roundup: Suzzy and Lizzy Dimba

Mike Friday saga proves that coaches do not grow on trees

Kiplagat, Sum, Birech win in Shangai Diamond League

New sensation Virginia Nyambura wins steeplechase on Doha

Coach Bobby Williamson shows a glimpse of his ability

Kenneth Otieno Video Highlights

Kenya sends weakened team for world relays

Kipchoge beats a strong field as he did in 2003

Poor FKF organization wrecks Kenya’s hopes

Carvin Nkanata sets world best and Kenya 200m record

Building a stadium in Eldoret doesn’t make the slightest sense

AFCON 2017: Will Kenya repeat the same mistakes

2015 IAAF world cross country results

Agnes Tirop is youngest world cross country winner since Zola Budd

Kamworor destroys strong field in world cross country

Bush Wamukota, 1st Kenyan ever in NCAA sweet 16

Nyamweya outflanks opponents yet again

Omwela’s first term was below par we expect better

Rudisha opens season with solid win in Australia

How Gidamis Shahanga was robbed of a gold medal

Lets be clear: FKF are the problem

Sepp Blatter, Sam Nyamweya team up to destroy Kenya Football

Florence Kiplagat sets new world record

Mary Keitany runs ultra fast 1:06:02 in RAK Half Marathon

A much improved performance by Kenya in Wellington

Why Kenyan sides struggle in Continental events

Rita Jeptoo to likely lose Ksh 46 million bonus, possibly more

Government must lead in fighting hooliganism

Rugby fans remember Fidel Odinga

Moses Mosop breaks Samuel Wanjiru’s area record

Mwangi Muthee leaves very big shoes to fill

Kenya rugby review for 2014

The best and worst sports associations in Kenya (2014)

Let Kalusha Bwalya be the CECAFA chairman

Patrick Makau back to form wins Fukuoka

JP Nyadaro settles in Canadian League

Now that Harambee stars are eliminated, they have friendlies

Athletics Kenya has no choice but to take doping seriously

 
 




 

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