Kenya Finishes Fourth In Oregon With 10 Medals

Team Kenya finished 4th on the medal table standing with a total of 10 medals with 2 being Gold, five silvers and three bronze.

Kenya clinched two medals on the final day of action at the World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Oregon with silver and bronze in the men’s 5,000m and women’s 800m respectively.

The two medals take Kenya’s tally at the Championships to 10, one less than the overall count in Doha 2019. Kenya clinched two gold medals, five silver and three bronze to conclude a tough outing in the USA.

On the final day, Mary Moraa (800m) and Jacob Krop (5,000m) delivered two medals as the country finished fourth overall behind USA (33 medals, 13 gold), Ethiopia (10 medals, four gold) and Jamaica (10 medals, two gold).

Moraa won her first senior medal with a third-place finish in the women’s 800m, running a new Personal best time of 1:56.71.

On the other hand Jacob Krop won silver in the men 5000m final with Norway’s Jakob Ingebrigtsen taking a shocking Gold.

Team Kenya finished 4th on the medal table standing with a total of 10 medals with 2 being Gold, five silvers and three bronze.