The town of Eldoret has produced some of Kenya's finest distance runners. It was the center of Kenya's ethnic violence last year and many athletes have refused to return to their homes.
The town of Eldoret has produced some of Kenya's finest distance runners. It was the center of Kenya's ethnic violence last year and many athletes have refused to return to their homes. Shashank Bengali / MCT
The town of Eldoret has produced some of Kenya's finest distance runners. It was the center of Kenya's ethnic violence last year and many athletes have refused to return to their homes. Shashank Bengali / MCT

A year after election violence, Kenyan runners remain divided

February 23, 2009 03:06 PM

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