Quote Of The Day
“I have received the verdict from AIU and as I sit here, I have acknowledged that I made a mistake on my Whereabouts failures and I have accepted their decisions, though it will be difficult to forgive myself. I’m sorry for disappointing my country, Athletics Kenya, my management, my coach, and all whom I have betrayed their trust. I would like to urge my fellow athletes both in Kenya and abroad to seriously take care of their own whereabouts to avoid unnecessary sanctions, it seems simple but a slight mistake can be costly at the end. It’s shameful. I’m a clean athlete and I will be back and win right.”
– Kenya’s former 1,500m world champion Elijah Manangoi accepting his 2-year drug ban for whereabouts failures.
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