In Summary
  • His first test for the season will be the National Police Service Cross Country Championships on January 26
  • Kamworor will be seeking a place in Team Kenya that will compete in 2018 IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Aarhus, Denmark
  • The athlete said balancing track, road, marathon and cross country events is a delicate affair but his determination and hard work is what makes him deliver
  • Kamworor anticipates strong opposition from men’s 5,000 metres and 10,000m Commonwealth Games champion Joshua Cheptegei

Three-time World Cross Country champion Geoffrey Kamworor, commonly known as ‘Man of all Surfaces’ due to his ability to master cross country, track and marathon races, has a busy season ahead.

Kamworor, who is looking forward to a successful season, has already embarked on training for national cross country trials which will be held at Eldoret Sports Club in Uasin Gishu County next month. Kamworor will be seeking a place in Team Kenya that will compete in 2018 IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Aarhus, Denmark, in March.

But his first test for the season will be the National Police Service Cross Country Championships on January 26.

“I will using the National Police Service Cross Country Championships to gauge my performance before the national trials. My goal is to get in good shape, and to give a good account of myself in Denmark,” said Kamworor.

Kamworor, who trains at Kaptagat alongside World marathon record holder Eliud Kipchoge, said he is targeting even more glory this year.

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