Friday, August 1, 2014


Where is Kenya? Is kenya a sport or a country? Well let’s look at some information  about Kenya.

Paragraph 1: Kenya is named after Mount Kenya. The country Kenya is from Africa in the East. In kenya there are 43.18 million people that live there. In kenya they speak English so people know what they are talking about and they also speak Swahili.

Paragraph 2: These are the famous sport’s in Kenya: Cricket, motorsport, association football, rugby union, volleyball, basketball, swimming and diving, team handball, netball, rounders, baseball, shooting, softball, cycling, boxing and Martial arts (Shotokan and Karate).

Paragraph 3: Kenya’s flag is Red, black and green. The Red symbolizes blood shed in the struggle for freedom. The Black symbolizes the indigenous black population and Green  represents Kenya’s fertile landscape and its natural wealth.
Paragraph 4: In the commonwealth there are people from kenya that are representing their culture and their names are David rudisha, Ferguson rotich, Evans kipkorir, Eunice sum, Janeth jepkosgei, Agatha jeruto, Ronald kipkemboi, Elijah manangoi, James magut, Hellen Obiri, Faith Chepngetich, Selah Jepleting, Ezekiel Kemboi, Jairus Birech, Jonathan Muia, Milcah Chemos, Purity Kirui, Joan Rotich, Joseph Kitur, Caleb Mwangangi, Isaiah Mercy Cherono, Janet Kisa, Margaret Wangare, Josphat Bett, Peter Kirui, Charles Cheruiyot Florence Kiplagat, Joyce Chepkirui, Emily Chebet, John Kelai , Erick Ndiema, Stephen Chemlany
Phyllis Ongori, Philemona Cheyech, Agnes Barsosio.

Paragraph 5:  David Rushia is Kenyan he was born on December 17th 1988. David Rushia is a runner and he is competing in the commonwealth for his country.  He competed in the Olympics and world record of 800 meters. David Rushia was the first person to run under 1:41.00 for the event.  

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