Three-time Commonwealth champion Moses Kipsiro was the biggest casualty at the Ugandan Cross Country Championships in Jinja on Saturday (6) as the provisional team was selected for next month’s African Cross Country Championships in Cameroon.
Kenya’s Cornelius Kangogo regained the title he won in 2013 at the 44e edition of the Corrida Pedestre International de Houilles, an IAAF Silver Label Road Race, covering the 10km course in the north western outskirts of Paris in 28:10 on Sunday (27).
Fred Musobo and Stella Chesang completed a Ugandan double winning the senior men’s and women’s titles at the 31st WMRA World Mountain Running Championships in the Welsh town of Betws-y-Coed on Saturday (19).
Great Britain will welcomes the best mountain runners in the world to the Welsh town of Betws-y-Coed for the 31st World Mountain Running Championships on Saturday (19).
The senior women’s race looks all set to be a battle between East African runners but the junior race at the IAAF World Cross Country Championships, Guiyang 2015 could prove to be a lot more open.
Despite having two top-five finishers in the senior men’s race in 2013 – more than any other nation – Uganda missed out on a medal at the last championships. But the Ugandan team for the IAAF World Cross Country Championships, Guiyang 2015 looks formidable.
World junior mountain-running champion Phillip Kipyeko convincingly outwitted defending champion Moses Kipsiro at the National Cross Country Championships in the Eastern Town of Jinja on Saturday (14).
Uganda may have dominated the medal table but the star of the show at the the 30th edition of the World Mountain Running Championships was Austria’s Andrea Mayr who became the first runner to clinch five world titles in the discipline when she won in Casette di Massa, Italy, on Sunday (14).
Moses Kipsiro scored his fourth victory in succession at the Ugandan Cross Country Championships, held in the south eastern city of Jinja on Saturday (1).