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Resultater Kenyansk OL-uttak 2024

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Livestream, startlister og resultater fra Kenyansk OL-uttak som arrangeres 14. og 15. juni 2024.

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Kenyansk OL-uttak 2024


14. – 15. juni


Nairobi – Kenya



Day 1: Kipyegon’s Dominance in the 5000m

On Friday, Kipyegon faced fierce competition from Beatrice Chebet and 2019 world silver medallist Margaret Chelimo in the 5000m. During the final lap, Kipyegon, a two-time Olympic gold medallist, began to pull away, finishing first with a time of 14:46.28. Chebet secured the other automatic spot with a time of 14:52.55, while Chelimo finished third in 14:59.39.

Day 2: Another Victory for Kipyegon in the 1500m

On Saturday, Kipyegon delivered an even more remarkable performance with a gun-to-tape victory in the 1500m, clocking in at 3:53.99. Nelly Jepchirchir, who trailed Kipyegon for the first three laps, finished second with a time of 3:58.46, ahead of Susan Ejore, who completed the race in 4:00.22.

Wanyonyi’s Historic 800m Run

In the men’s 800m final, 19-year-old Wanyonyi led from the start and won the race with an impressive time of 1:41.70, making him the third-fastest in history, following David Rudisha and Wilson Kipketer. A day earlier, Wanyonyi’s Olympic dreams were nearly dashed after a disqualification in the semi-final, but he successfully appealed and advanced to the final. Wyclife Kinyamal finished second in 1:42.50, while Koitatoi Kidali took third with a time of 1:42.66.

High-Altitude Challenges

These remarkable results are even more noteworthy given the high-altitude conditions of the Kenyan Trials, which make it particularly challenging for middle and long-distance runners to achieve world-class times.

Men’s 100m:

Ferdinand Omanyala won the 100m at the Kenyan Olympic trials with an impressive time of 9.79, setting the world’s best mark of the year, just over a month before the Paris Games. Until now, the best time of the year belonged to Jamaican Oblique Seville, who ran a 9.82 on June 2 in Kingston. Watch Video Here.


Event Schedule Time (Kenya Standard = GMT +3)


10:00am 5000m Women Final
10:00am Triple Jump Men Final
10:20am 800m Men Final
11:00am 100m Hurdles Women Final
11:15am 110m Hurdles Men Final
11:15am Shot put Women/Men Final
11:15am High Jump Men Final
11:30am 4x400m Mixed Relay Final
12:30pm 100m Women Semi
13:00pm 100m Men Semis
13:30pm 3000m SC Women Final
14:00pm 200m Women Semis
14:20pm 200m Men Semis
14:40pm 1500m Men Final
15:00pm 400m hurdles Women Final
15:20pm 400m Women Semis
15:35pm 400m Men Semis
15:35pm 800m Women Final


10:00am Long Jump Men Final
10:00am 5000m Men Final
10:30am 400m Hurdles Final
10:30am Javelin Men Final
11:00am 400m Women Final
11:10am 400m Men Final
11:30am 1500m Women Final
11:40am 200m Women Final
11:50am 200m Men Final
13:15pm 800m Men Final
13:25pm 100m Women Final
13:40pm 100m Men Final
14:00pm 3000m SC Men Final
14:35pm 4x400m Relay Mixed Final
14:55pm 4x100m Relay Men
15:15pm 4x400m Relay Men



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