News : Kipchoge and several TOP athletes from Kenya, vaccinated against coronavirus
Eliud Kipchoge, current record holder and Olympic marathon champion, has been vaccinated this week against the coronavirus along with several teammates and 4,000 other people related to the Kenyan elite sport (players, coaches, etc.). The great sports star of the African country, who just won the NN Mission Marathon with a time of 2:04:30 and who continues to prepare thoroughly to reissue his gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics, was in the group that He was vaccinated this past Monday at the Kenyatta University Teaching, Research and Referral Hospital.
Happy for the step taken
“My preparations for the Olympics are going well and one of them was getting the ‘puncture’. We never know what will happen in the future the vaccine could be a prerequisite for anything, so it’s good to take the vaccine early enough, “said Kipchoge., who will lead the fearsome Kenyan Olympic marathon team alongside compatriots Lawrence Cherono, Amos Kipruto and Vincent Kipchumba.
Eliud, 36, received the vaccine accompanied by other colleagues from Global Sports Communication and the NN Running Team such as the 1,500 world champion Faith Kipyegon or the long distance runner and world half marathon ex-scorer Geoffrey Kamworor. As we said, the Minister of Sports has vaccinated 4,000 people in a plan that concluded last Monday.