Kenya battles to restore image

Seventeen runners from the country have tested positive for banned substances in the last two years. Can Kenya recover?


    Ethiopian and Kenyan runners are expected to dominate the London Marathon.

    But Kenya is battling to restore it's reputation after 17 of it's runners tested positive for banned substances over the last two years.

    Catherine Soi reports from Iten - a town high up on the edge of the Rift Valley - where the world's best long distance runners train.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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