By Omulo okoth in Nassau, Bahamas

Kenya engraved a seal of invincibility in the Bahamas with a second world record on the final day of the inaugural World Relays Series on Sunday.

Asbel Kiprop, former 1,500m Olympic and twice world champion (2013 and 2011), anchored Collins Cheboi, Silas Kiplagat and James Kiplagat Magut to a world record time of 14:22.22.

United States came second in 14:40.80 and Ethiopia were third in 14:41.22. The quartet won $50,000 prize money and a similar amount for the world record which they shared equally.  Read more….

Courtesy of Standard Digital News


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