Thursday, 17 August 2017

# Africans # Ethiopa

Africans Shines At The IAAF World Championships In London + List Of Honours

Athletes from the African continent together won 28 medals at the IAAF World Championships which ended August 13 in London, putting Africa just behind the USA at 30 medals... Kenya (11 medals) and South Africa (6 medals) came in second and third place overall, with Ethiopia in 7th with 5 medals, just a nudge behind the host country UK. Congratulations to all.

Congratulations to the African team for representing us in a great way! I wish African governments can invest more in sports and lead Africa to the top.

My Thought,
When you compare what big wealthy countries like the US, UK, China, and Germany spend on their athletes, it is truly remarkable what Africa is achieving.
At the last IAAF tournament Kenya was actually the top country in medals, even ahead of the USA.
Well, i think once African governments, and entrepreneurs (like myself) begin to really invest in sport you are going to see total dominance from Team Africa.

Caster Semenya Wins The 800m At The IAAF World Championship 2017 Almau Ayana Wins the 10,000m At The IAAF World Championship 2017 Helen Obiri Wins The 5000m At IAAF World Championship 2017 #Lets get behind #TeamAfrica! #XclusiveAfrica

Gold Winners
1. Wayde Van Niekerk (South Africa) - 400m Track
2. Elijah Manangori (Kenya) - 1500m Track
3. Muktar Edris (Ethiopia) - 5000m Track
4. Geoffrey Kirui (Kenya) - Marathon
5. Conseslus Kipruto (Kenya) - 3000 Steeplechase


1. Caster Semenya (South Africa) - 800m
2. Faith Kipyegon (Kenya) - 1500m
3. Helen Obiri (Kenya) - 5000m
4. Almay Ayama (Ethiopia) - 10,000m

1. Luvo Manyonga (South Africa) - Long Jump

Silver Winners
1. Wayde Van Niekerk (South Africa) - 200m Track
2. Timothy Cheruiyot (Kenya) - 1500m
3. Joshua Cheptegei (Uganda) - 10,000m
4. Tamirat Tola (Ethiopia) - Marathon
5. Soufiane Bakali (Morocco) - 3000 Steeplechase

1. Marie Josee Talou (Ivory Coast) - 100m
2. Marie Josee Talou (Ivory Coast) - 200m
3. Almau Ayama (Ethiopia) - 5000m
4. Tirunesh Dibaba (Kenya)- 10,000
5. Edna Kiplegat ( Kenya) - Marathon

Bronze Winners
1. Kipyegon Bett ( Kenya) - 800m
2. Paul Tanun (Kenya) - 10,000m
3. Alphonce Simby (Tanzania) - Marathon

1. Caster Semenya (South Africa) - 1500m
2. Agnes Jebet Tirop ( Kenya) - 10,000m
3. Hyvin Jepkemoi (Kenya) - 3000 Steeplechase

1. Rushwahl Samani ( South Africa) - Long Jump

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