Commonwealth debutant predicts medal sweep for Kenya
Runner John Korir is confident of medal sweep for Kenya.
10,000m runner John Korir of Kenya has predicted, that with the absence of rivals from Morocco and Ethiopia, his home country stands a good chance of claiming all the medals in the long distance events.
Korir an armed forces athlete who will be making his Commonwealth debut at the Games said at the teamís training camp: "I expect a 1-2-3 win for Kenyan athletes in most events."
He also added that teamwork would be vital for their success in the Games.
Korir is one of six Kenyan athletes who have reported to camp. Others are Abraham Cherono, Stephen Cherono (3,000m s/c), David Kimutai (20km walk), Iness Chenonge (5,000m), John Korir (10,000m) and Joshua Chelanga (marathon).
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