In Summary
  • The kits will be worn by the Kenyan track and field team at the 2024 Olympics in Paris.
  • Paris Olympics kits unveiling event held in Paris
  • Kenyans have reacted to the new kit to be worn by athletes at the 2024 Paris Olympics

Nike unveiled  Olympic Kits the teams it sponsors on Thursday alongside athletes including Kenyan marathon star Eliud Kipchoge, Faith Kipyegon  and British sprinter Dina Asher-Smith

Kenyans Unimpressed
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The latest  design has elicited mixed reactions from fans worldwide.

Some reactions are captured below,

”Nike have fallen off so badly. What is this???”

”Last years Kenya kits were epic. The best pattern and connection to Kenya”

”The Kit does not reflect the Kenyan touch. Plus they are simply ugly. You can do better. This is the home of Champions, treat them as such”

”For the ladies it’s okay but for the men, that shade of green doesn’t look good ”

READ also:Kipchoge Pays Tribute To Kiptum Ahead Of Tokyo Marathon

2024 Olympics In Paris

The Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games will be the biggest event ever organised in France.

The Olympic Games will take place from 26 July to 11 August 2024, when Paris will become the centre of the world—the world of sport, and so much more.

The Games are a popular, multicultural festival shared by so many people around the planet and represent a new adventure for France unlike anything it has experienced before

Kenyan Team Heads To Paris

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Kipchoge will be heading to Paris with the aim of becoming the first man to win three straight Olympics marathon gold medals and is back in training ahead of the Games.

The death of Kelvin Kiptum denied global spectators a match between him and Kipchoge.

Additionally The Men’s team consists of  2024 Tokyo Marathon champion Benson Kipruto, Timothy Kiplagat and Vincent Ngetich,  and Alexandar  Mutiso

Women’s squad

Peres Jepchirchir, the defending champion, leads the women’s squad, Hellen Obiri , Brigid Kosgei, Ruth Chepng’etich, Sharon Lokedi and Rose Mary Wanjiru.

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