The much-anticipated Eldoret City Marathon is set to make a triumphant return on April 21 in Uasin Gishu County, promising an exhilarating showcase of athletic prowess and determination.

After a hiatus last year, the race is back with a bang, as affirmed by Moses Tanui, the two-time Boston Marathon champion and race director. Tanui assured athletes and enthusiasts alike that prize money has been secured for the participants, ensuring a competitive and rewarding event.

In a bid to elevate the stature of the marathon and foster the development of future stars, Tanui’s team has enlisted the support of esteemed athletics legends. Wilson Boit Kipketer, Christopher Kosgei, Hosea Kogo, Julius Kariuki, and Julius Korir are among the illustrious figures lending their expertise and encouragement to the cause of nurturing emerging talents.

As preparations gain momentum, Tanui emphasized the importance of athlete participation and encouraged aspiring runners to register in large numbers. With the top prize awaiting the victors, the stage is set for an unforgettable display of speed, endurance, and determination.

The launch of this year’s Eldoret City Marathon marks a significant milestone, heralding the resurgence of one of Kenya’s most prestigious sporting events. Athletes and fans alike eagerly await the thrill and excitement that this iconic race promises to deliver.

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