NOC-K issuing playing and traveling kit to #TeamMorans at Nyayo National Stadium ahead of their #AfroBasket qualifiers in Kigali, Rwanda from 25th – 29th of November. All the best to the team.
On Tuesday 17th and Wednesday 18th November 2020, the National Olympic Committee of Kenya (NOC-K) organized an Athlete365 Career+ Workshop (career transition programme) at Pride Inn Conference, Nairobi. The workshop was attended by 60 Kenyan athletes from NOC-K affiliated national federations, who are in mid-careers and those close to or in the process of making
The Kenya Taekwondo Federation ran the Taekwondo Level I, II, and III technical course since Saturday 7th November 2020 at Kenyatta University Conference Centre that will closed on Monday 9th November. The course was funded by Olympic Solidarity through NOC-K and conducted by an accredited expert Mr. George Wasonga alongside other local experts in various fields.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) through the Sports Medicine and Protection of Clean Athletes programme has provided a training opportunity for IOC Diploma in Sports Nutrition through distance learning. The following are the basic qualifications NB: i. Young Professionals are encouraged to apply. ii. Gender balance will be considered iii. All applicants must have served
NOC-K is conducting a sports administrators course for National Federations Presidents and Secretary Generals between Thursday 5th November and Saturday 7th November 2020 at Pride Inn Conference, Nairobi. About 50 participants from Olympic and Commonwealth Sports federations will take the course that will be facilitated by experts in various management positions from around the country. The course
The NOC-K Women’s Leadership Seminar came to a close at Pride Inn Westlands on Friday 30th October 2020. The seminar had brought together over 40 women leaders from all Olympic and Commonwealth sports in the country in a two-day seminar aimed at empowering women sports leaders. The program was supported by Olympic Solidarity, as one
The National Olympic Committee-Kenya (NOC-K) has organized an Elite Performance Sports Science and Medicine Symposium on the theme, Optimizing performance for team Kenya 2020 Olympics held from Thursday 15th October to Saturday 16th October 2020 at Hillpark Hotel, Nairobi. The three-day symposium was attended by all Olympic sports strength and conditioning and national team coaches. This is
The Ministry of Heritage, Sports and Culture has released final return to sports guidelines. Find them Here
National Olympic Committee of Kenya (NOC-K) has today received kit belonging to Team Kenya from the Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) that was confiscated after the Rio Olympics debacle. The NOC-K President, Paul Tergat accompanied by the Ag. Secretary General Francis Mutuku and Executive Member Shoaib Mohammed were presented the kit this morning at the
Team Kenya has been hit by the biggest disruption yet of the coronavirus pandemic following the announcement made yesterday of the 4-year postponement of what would have been the first Olympic event to be held in Africa – the Youth Olympic Games (YOG). This elite sporting event for young people from all over the world, was to