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AIU Head pays visit to Team Kenya National Cross Country Camp in Ngong

AIU Head pays visit Team Kenya National Cross Country Camp in Ngong

Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) head, Brett Clothier on Thursday paid a visit to the Kenya National team that will represent the country at the forthcoming World Cross Country Championships slated for Saturday, 30 March 2024 in Belgrade, Serbia.

The AIU head visited the Cross Country camp based in Ngong under the leadership the team head coach Julius Kirwa.

Athletics Kenya Youth and Development Director, Barnaba Korir speaks to Team Kenya to the World Cross Country Championships, when he paid them a visit on Thursday 22, 2024 in Ngong Nairobi. Photo: Courtesy

Clothier is in the country for a series of meetings with the government, Anti-doping Agency of Kenya (Adak) and Athletics Kenya (AK) as the country intensifies the fight against doping.

The establishment of the Enhanced Testing Programme has enabled kenya to be the leader in advanced testing programmes and the reduction of doping cases is a testament of cooperation between the AIU and the Kenyan government.

Present during the camp visit were Athletics Kenya Chief Administrative Officer, Susan Kamau, Athletics Kenya Youth Development head, Barnanba Korir and Athletics Kenya Head of Anti-Doping Charllote Kurgoy.

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  • John Vaselyne

    John Vaselyne is the founder of Athletics News. Africa’s only Independent Athletics News website. He has covered World U18 and U20 Championships, World Cross Country Championships, Four Continental Tour Gold Series, Wanda Diamond League. He has passion for the Sport and has over seven years experience in this area of sport. He is also the Leading Athletics Pundit in the Country, having been hosted in ALL leading TV stations in Kenya

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