Kenya end commonwealth Games in 13th position

Kenya finished in position 13th at the concluded Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England today.

The country amassed 21 medals; six gold, five silver and 10 bronze with Julius Yego winning bronze in javelin, the last medal for the nation.

With 13th Kenya finish 13th overall and third in Africa in the medal standings with Australia topping the table with 177 medals; 66 gold, 57 silver and 54 bronze.

Kenya was third in Africa.

Kenyan medallists


  1. Ferdinand Omanyala (100m)
  2. Mary Moraa (800m)
  3. Wycliffe Kinyamal (800)
  4. Abraham Kibiwott (3,000m steeplechase)
  5. Jackline Chepkoech (3,000m steeplechase)
  6. Beatrice Chebet (5,000m)


  1. Timothy Cheruiyot (1,500m)
  2. Daniel Ebenyo Simiu (10,000m)
  3. Irene Chepet Cheptai (10,000m)
  4. Nicholas Kipkorir Kimeli (5,000m)
  5. Margaret Wangari (Marathon)


  1. Michael Githae (Marathon)
  2. Jacob Krop (5,000m)
  3. Amos Serem (3,00m steeplechase)
  4. Kibiwott Kandie (10,000m)
  5. Sheila Chepkirui (10,000m)
  6. Selah Bushienei Jepleting (5,000m)
  7. Emily Ngii (10,000m race walk)
  8. Julius Yego (javelin)
  9. Wiseman Were, Mike Mokamba, William Rayan, Boniface Mweresa (4x400m)
  10. Hellen Wawira (para powerlifting)

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