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Kenya at the 2000 Summer Olympics

Kenya competed at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. Men's 200m Ezra Sambu Round 1 - 21.23 Men's 400m David Kipkorir Kirui Round 1 - 45.69 Round 2 - 46 Kennedy Ochieng Round 1 - DNF Men's 800m Japheth Kimutai Round 1 - 01:45.60 Semifinal - 01:45.64 William Yiampoy Round 1 - 01:47.35 Semifinal - 01:45.88 Joseph Mutua Round 1 - 01:47.86 Men's 1,500m Noah Ngeny Round 1 - 03:38.03 Semifinal - 03:39.29 Final - 03:32.07 - Olympic record William Chirchir Round 1 - 03:40.22 Bernard Lagat Round 1 - 03:40.42 Semifinal - 03:37.84 Final - 03:32.44 Men's 5,000m David Chelule Round 1 - 13:29.98 Final - 13:37.13 Richard Limo Round 1 - 13:23.17 Final - 13:39.43 Julius Gitahi Round 1 - 13:23.17 Final - 13:39.11 Men's 10,000m Paul Tergat Round 1 - 27:44.07 Final - 27:18.29 Patrick Ivuti Round 1 - 27:50.10 Final - 27:20.44 John Cheruiyot Korir Round 1 - 27:50.19 Final - 27:24.75 Men's 400m Hurdles Erick Keter Round 1 - 50.06 Semifinal - 51.25 Hillary Kiprotich Maritim Round 1 - 51.04 Men's 4 × 400 m Julius Chepkwony, Samson Yego Kipchirchir, Joseph Mutua, Ezra Sambu Round 1 - Semifinal - Final - Men's 3,000m Steeplechase Reuben Kosgei Round 1 - 08:23.17 Final - 08:21.43 Wilson Boit Kipketer Round 1 - 08:22.07 Final - 08:21.77 Bernard Barmasai Round 1 - 08:23.08 Final - 08:22.23 Men's 20 km Walk David Kimutai Final - 1:28:45 Julius Kipkoech Sawe Final - 1:30:55 Men's marathon Erick Wainaina Final - 2:10:31 Kenneth Cheruiyot Final - DNF Elijah Lagat Final - DNF Women's 1,500m Naomi Mugo Round 1 - 04:13.18 Women's 5,000m Lydia Cheromei Round 1 - 15:09.32 Final - 14:47.35 Vivian Cheruiyot Round 1 - 15:11.11 Final - 15:33.66 Rose Cheruiyot Round 1 - 15:13.18 Final - 14:58.07 Women's 10,000m Tegla Loroupe Round 1 - 32:06.41 Final - 30:37.26 Alice Timbilil Round 1 - 32:34.15 Final - 31:50.22 Sally Barsosio Round 1 - 32:34.07 Final - 31:57.41 Women's Marathon Joyce Chepchumba Final - 2:24:45 Esther Wanjiru Final - 2:26:17 Tegla Loroupe Final - 2:29:45 Men's Light-Flyweight Suleiman BilaliMen's Light-Welterweight Fred KinuthiaMen's Middleweight Peter Kariuki NgumiMen's Light-Heavyweight George Olwande Odindo Men's Cross Country Mountain Bike Ken MuhindiFinal — Lapped Men's 100m Butterfly Jin-Woo KimPreliminary Heat — 59.55 Women's 100m Freestyle Maria AworiPreliminary Heat — 01:06.23 Preliminary Round Lost to Brazil Lost to United States Lost to Australia Lost to PR China Lost to Croatia → did not advance Team RosterMary Ayuma Violet Barasa Ednah Chepngeno Margaret Indakala Jackline Makokha Roselidah Mangala Gladys Nasikanda Dorcas Ndasaba Judith Serenge Phylis Anyango Doris Wefwafwa Emily WesutilaHead Coach: Sadatoshi Sugawara

Athletics at the 2009 Jeux de la Francophonie

At the 2009 Jeux de la Francophonie, the athletics events were held at the Camille Chamoun Sports City Stadium from 1 to 6 October. A total of 46 track and field events were contested. For full event details see Athletics at the 2009 Jeux de la Francophonie – Results Key: Country GeneralLivre de résultats – Athlétisme. 2009 Jeux de la Francophonie. Retrieved on 2009-10-08. Sports results at the official 2009 Jeux de la Francophonie website Vazel, P-J. El Ghazaly heads double success for Egypt - Francophone Games, Day 1. IAAF. Retrieved on 2009-10-03. Vazel, P-J. Berrabah’s 8.40m Moroccan Long Jump record highlights - Francophone Games, Day 2. IAAF. Retrieved on 2009-10-03. Vazel, P-J. Nadjina and Milazar take 400m titles in Beirut - Francophone Games, Day 3. IAAF. Retrieved on 2009-10-04. Vazel, P-J. Montebrun’s record the pinnacle of results - Francophone Games, Day 4. IAAF. Retrieved on 2009-10-07. Vazel, P-J. Three complete double triumphs - Francophone Games, Day 5. IAAF. Retrieved on 2009-10-07. Specific Official website

TNT Racers

TNT Racers is a racing video game for the Wii U, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Xbox 360. The game was released on the consoles as downloadable games; the game was developed by Keen Games and the publisher for the title was DTP Entertainment. The game was released on December 1, 2010 for the PS3, February 9, 2011 for the Xbox 360, March 31 for the Wii and PSP. TNT Racers is a top-down arcade-style racer; the game features 16 vehicles with various weaknesses. In races, the player can use powerups that are scattered around the 18 tracks to destroy opponents and hazards in their path. Players that have their vehicle destroyed or fall off the screen will resurrect as a ghost that can tamper with the remaining racers; the game has 45 challenges for the player to complete. The game's soundtrack ranges from various jazz themes to cartoon chase scene-style music; the game released two downloadable content packages, called TNT Racers Drift Challenge and TNT Racers Formula TNT. Drift Challenge features two new cars and four new tracks, as well as the "Drift Challenge".

The same applies to Formula TNT, which features two new cars and four tracks. The game received positive reviews, with critics comparing the game to the Micro Machines and Mario Kart series. GameSpot gave the game a 7.0/10, praising the graphics, but criticized the difficulty of finding opponents online. Xbox Magazine gave a more critical score of 5.0, questioning the need of selecting a control scheme before every race, the camera, the lack of balance between the challenges. Metacritic's average score for the Xbox 360 is a 64. Official website