Wycliffe Kamanyal and Abel Kipsang clocked 1:46.09 and 1: 46.36 to finish in second and third positions respectively.
In the women’s category, Winnie Chebet cruised to victory in 2:03.72 secs followed by 400m national champion Mary Moraa and Mueni Karimi who clocked 2 min 04.32 secs and 2 min 08.16 secs to come home in second and third positions respectively.
Meanwhile Doreen Waka clocked 12.48sec to emerge victorious in the women’s 100m race while Susan Nyambura and Evanjaline Makena settled for the 2nd and 3rd positions after clocking 12.53 secs and 12.65 secs respectively.
Following the conclusion of the Relay series attention now shifts to the national trials where Athletics Kenya will select a team that will represent Kenya in World Relay Championships in Poland 1stto 2nd May this year.
In the previous edition held in Yokohama Japan in 2019, Kenya finished 3rd in the medal table with a total of eight medals.
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