• Short Summary

    Kip Keino, Kenya's Olympic and Commonwealth Games 1,500 metres champion captured a great double on Saturday (29 Aug.) by winning both the 1,500 and 5,000 metres events on the final day of the East African Athletics Championships in Nairobi.

  • Description

    1.
    CU Programme announcing championships
    0.03

    2.
    CU Ethiopian team parade
    0.15

    3.
    CU Tanzanian team parade
    0.24

    4.
    CU Ugandan team
    0.30

    5.
    CU Zambian team
    0.38

    6.
    GV Crowd applaud
    0.45

    7.
    SV Women's 100 metre race won by Ayaa (Uganda) and CU (2 shots)
    0.54

    8.
    CU Keino prepares for 1500 metres race
    0.58

    9.
    GV & SV Start of 1500 metres, race in progress
    1.07

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    GV & SV Crowd rise as Keino crosses winning line followed by Y. Mohammed (Ethiopia)
    1.20

    11.
    CU Keino
    1.25

    12.
    GV & SV Crowd watch men's 110 metre hurdle race won by Ngeno (No 3, Kenya) and CU (3 shots)
    1.44

    13.
    LV & SV Start of 5000 metre race
    1.57

    14.
    SV Crowd watches Keino win from Fetesa (Ethiopia) and CU Keino
    2.11



    Initials KM/MR/PS KM/MR/ES


    SPORT: ATHLETICS

    Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved

    Background: Kip Keino, Kenya's Olympic and Commonwealth Games 1,500 metres champion captured a great double on Saturday (29 Aug.) by winning both the 1,500 and 5,000 metres events on the final day of the East African Athletics Championships in Nairobi. Competing teams were from Uganda, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Zambia, Kenya and Somalia.

    Keino had little difficulty in taking 1,500 metres in 3 mins. 39.2 secs. After a rather slow start, Keino moved to the front from the second lap and never looked like being caught.

    Ethiopia's Sheberu Regasa, hanging on grimly, finished second, about 20 metres behind Keino. In the 1,500 metres the Olympic champion had a tough duel with Tekle Fetesa of Ethiopia. Fetesa led most of the way until the final lap when Keino overtook him to win in 14 minutes 5 seconds.

    In the 110 metres hurdles 20 year old Kenyan John Kiplangat set a new East African record of 14.2 seconds. The previous mark was 14.3 seconds set ten years ago.

    Judity Ayaa, Uganda's wonder girl, won the 100 metres in 11.8 seconds. On total point standings both for men and women's events Kenya was first with 301, followed by Uganda with 204 and Tanzania with 84.

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    Film ID:
    VLVA3CXTFT7TC30C9UMARWROGW66S
    Media URN:
    VLVA3CXTFT7TC30C9UMARWROGW66S
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    30/08/1970
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:02:11:00
    Time in/Out:
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    Canister:
    N/A

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