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The most precious item to an athlete is his/her medal... #TeamKenya #wu18nairobi2017 handed over all their medals to HE @UKenyatta

Chunge Niu from China stand for her national anthem after receiving the pole vault gold medal in the ongoing World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 15, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Yao Zhang from China displays his Gold medal for the 10,000m walk in the ongoing World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 15, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Chunge Niu from China after receiving the pole vault gold medal in the ongoing World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 15, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Moitalel Mpoke Naadokila from Kenya competes in the boys 400 metres hurdles finals at the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 15, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Yao Zhang from China competes in the boys 10,000m walk race during the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 14, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Yao Zhang from China competes in the boys 10,000m walk race during the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 14, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Nusra Rukia from Kenya competes in the girls 110 metres hurdles at the World Under 18 Championship at Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 15, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Breyton Poole from South Africa competes in the boys high jump finals event at the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 15, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Dominic Samson Ndigiti of Kenya competes in the boy's 10,000m race walk during the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 14, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Kenya's Mary Moraa competes in the first round 4x400m mixed relay in the ongoing World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 15, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Shaun Miller from the Bahamas reacts in high jump finals competion in the onging World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 15, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Lenah Nanjala from Kenya competes in the girls 5000 metres race walk event at the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 15, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Kenya's Evans Kipchirchir competes in the boy's high jump finals during the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 15, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Nusra Rukia from Kenya competes in the girls 110 metres hurdles at the World Under 18 Championship at Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 15, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Dominic Samson Ndigiti of Kenya competes in the boy's 10,000m walks during the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 14, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Breyton Poole from South Africa goes over the bar in high jump finals to win the gold medal with a stunning performance in the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 15, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Breyton Poole from South Africa reacts during High jump finals to win the gold medal with a stunning performance in the ongoing World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 15, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Kenya's 2000m steeplechase gold medalist, Mercy Chepkurui (L) team mate Caren Chebet (Silver) celebrate their win in the ongoing World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 14, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Kenya's George Meitamei Manangoi celebrates his win in the 1500m finals during the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 14, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

George Meitamei Manangoi sprints to victory in boys 1500 metres race at the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 14, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Kenya's Mercy Chepkurui waves after collecting her 2000m steeplechase Gold medal in the ongoing World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 14, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya) 

Kenya's 2000m steeplechase gold medalist, Mercy Chepkurui (C) team mate Caren Chebet (Silver) and bronze medalist Etalemahu Sintayehu (L) from Ethiopia pose after receiving their medals in the ongoing World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 14, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis...

Kenya's Mercy Chepkurui stambles as team mate Caren Chebet closes in during the 2000m steeplechase final at the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Vincent Kipkoech Kilel competes in the boys Tripple Jump finals at the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 14, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

George Meitamei Manangoi celebrates after winning the boys 1500 metres race at the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 14, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Barbora Malikova of Czech Republic races for the finish line during the 400m girls final in the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Kenya's George Meitamei Manangoi celebrates his win in the 1500m finals during the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 14, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Kenya's Mary Moraa celebrates her win in the 400m girls finals during the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 14, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Steven Fauvel Clinch from France displays his Decathlon gold medal at the World Under 18 Championship in Kenyan capital Nairobi, July 14, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Mizgin Ay from Turkey reacts after receiving her 100m Gold medal at the World Under 18 Championship in Kenyan capital Nairobi, July 14, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Maikel Vidal (C) and Lester Lescay (L) both from Cuba and Romania’s Andreas Busca ®, posses after receiving the winners medals in the long jump category. Vidal took the gold medal with a personal best of 7.88m, in the ongoing World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre,...

IAAF President Sebastian Coe decorated in Maasai traditional regalia receives a trophy at the close of the second day of the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Alemu Kitessa of Ethiopia competes in the boys 2000 metres steeplechase event at the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 14, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Leonard Kipkemoi Bett competes in the boys 2000 metres steeplechase event at the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 14, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Joseph Nyakundi Nyaanga of Kenya compete in the Disuc Throw event at the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 14, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Sunday Kamisa Peter a refugee from Sudan takes part competes the 800m heats girls as the event enters the second day in the World Under 18 Championship taking place at the Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 13 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Kenya’s Lydia Jeruto wins in her 800m heats girls as the event enters the second day in the World Under 18 Championship taking place at the Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 13 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Sharon Chebet competes in the Girls 400 metres during the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 13, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Irene Akinyi competes in the Girls 400 metres hurdles during the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 13, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Fish eye view of Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 13, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Timo Notrhoff celebrates after winning Gold in Shot put boys throw during the finals in the World Under 18 Championship taking place at the Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 13 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Jian Gao of China prepares to make a shot put throw during the finals in the World Under 18 Championship taking place at the Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 13 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Lorraine Martins of Brazil competes in the Girls 100 metres Semi Final during the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 13, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Magdalena Stefanowicz of Poland reacts to her second place win in the 100m finals in the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 13 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

An athlete takes part in the Javelin competion during the World Under 18 Championship in Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 13 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)     

Jackline Wambui competes in girls 800m during qualifiers on the second day of the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 13, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Legendary Nyantika Mayoro with IAAF president Lord Sebastian Coe at Moi international Sports Centre on day two of the World Under -18 championship onJuly 13, 2017. LOC/Noor Khamis

IAAF president Lord Sebastian Coe with legendary athletes at Moi international Sports Centre on day two of the World Under -18 championship onJuly 13, 2017. LOC/Noor Khamis

Christabel Abuti of Kenya competes in the Girls hummer throw during the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 13, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Kenya’s David Saruni 400m hurdles heats who was disqualified even though recording a win in the second day in the World Under 18 Championship taking place at the Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 13 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Kenya’s David Saruni competes in 400m hurdles qualifiers on the second day of the World Under 18 Championship taking place at the Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 13 2017. Picture: LOC/Benson Candie(Kenya)

Kenya’s Jackline Wambui competes against Hirut Meshesha of Ethiopia in the 800m heats girls as the event enters the second day in the World Under 18 Championship taking place at the Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 13 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Ethiopia's Selemon Barega prays after winning the 3000m heats during the second day of the World Under 18 Championship taking place at the Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 13 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Alperen Karahan from Turkey competes in the shot put heats in the second day of the World Under 18 Championship taking place at the Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 13 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Kenya’s Jackline Wambui wins in her 800m heats girls as the event enters the second day in the World Under 18 Championship taking place at the Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 13 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Kenya’s Edward Zakayo races for the finish in the 3000m heats in the second day of the World Under 18 Championship taking place at the Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 13 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Selemon Barega from Ethiopia leads Stanley Mburu Waithaka in the mens 3000m qualifiers event, during the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 13, 2017. Picture: LOC/Omondi (Kenya)

Kenya’s Edward Zakayo wins boys 3000m qualifiers event, during the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 13, 2017. Picture: LOC/Omondi (Kenya)

Kenya's Emmaculate Chepkirui battles Abersh Minsewo of Ethiopia in the girls 3000 metres final event at the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Emmaculate Chepkirui celebrates after finishing second in the girls 3000 metres final event at the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Abersh Minsewo of Ethiopia celebrates winning 3000m race ahead of Emmaculate Chepkirui of Kenya during the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Ethiopian duo of Abersh Minsewo (R) the winner of 3000m finals girls and Emmaculate Chepkirui race for the finish at the close of the first day of the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Ethiopian duo of Abersh Minsewo (R) the winner of 3000m finals girls and Emmaculate Chepkirui race for the finish at the close of the first day of the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Ethiopian Abersh Minsewo leads to winner the 3000m finals girls at the close of the first day of the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Ethiopian duo of Abersh Minsewo the winner of 3000m finals girls and Yitayish Mekonene (bronze) celebrate to close the first day of the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Lorraine Martins of Brazil wins her 100m heats during qualifiers on the first day of the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

George Manangoi competes in the boys 1500 metres event as the World Under 18 Championship starts at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Mathew Elijah competes in the boys 100 metres event as the World Under 18 Championship starts at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Kenyan Fans entertain the public during the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta (R) is met by the IAAF President Sebastian Coe (C) and CS security Fred Mating'i during the official Opening Ceremony of the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta (R) is met by the IAAF President Sebastian Coe (C) during the official Opening Ceremony of the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Lord Sebastian Coe the IAAF president records colour outside Moi international Sports Centre on July 12, 2017.Photo/LOC/Noor Khamis Nairobi Kenya

Ewa Rozanska from Poland competes in the Girls discus throw qualifiers event as the World Under 18 Championship starts at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya

Athletes compete in the mens 1500m qualifiers event, as the World Under 18 Championship starts at the Moi international sports centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Athletes compete in the mens 1500m qualifiers event, as the World Under 18 Championship starts at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Annsofie Hartmann Nielsen from Denmark, competes in the Girls discus throw qualifiers event as the World Under 18 Championship starts at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

ArmandaNgandu Ntumba from France competes in the Girls discus throw qualifiers event as the World Under 18 Championship starts at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Tharina Van Der Walt from the Republic of South Africa competes in the Girls discus throw qualifiers event as the World Under 18 Championship starts at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Ewa Rozanska from Poland competes in the Girls discus throw qualifiers event as the World Under 18 Championship starts at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Kenyan Fans entertain the public during the World Under 18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Mary Moraa competes in 400m heats as the World Under 18 Championship starts at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Mathew Elijah competes in the boys 100 metres event as the World Under 18 Championship starts at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Edward Omondi (Kenya)

Rana Ahmed from Egypt competes in the Girls discus throw qualifiers event as the World Under 18 Championship starts at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Yuanyuan Yin from China competes in the Girls discus throw qualifiers event as the World Under 18 Championship starts at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Loana Diana Tiganasu competes in the Girls discus throw qualifiers event as the World Under 18 Championship starts at the Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani in Kenya’s capital Nairobi, July 12, 2017. Picture: LOC/Noor Khamis (Kenya)

Mrs Margaret Kenyatta Kenya’s First Lady and Patron of World Under -18 Local Organising Committee displays her acreditation at the Moi International Sports Arena on July 10, 2017.Photo/MOHAMMED AMIN.

CS Hassan Wario (R) and Mwangi Muthee Chief Excecutive Officer lead Kenya’s First Lady Mrs Margaret Kenyatta on tour of facilties at Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani on July 10, 2017.Photo/MOHAMMED AMIN

Head of Media in the Local Organising Committee of the IAAF World Under-18 Championships Elias Makori (right) explains operations of the championships’ Media Centre to First Lady Margaret Kenyatta as Sports Cabinet Secretary Hassan Wario (left) and championships’ CEO Mwangi Muthee listen in.Photo/MOHAMMED AMIN

Kenya’s Sports CS Hassan Wario (L) and Mwangi Muthee Chief Excecutive Officer lead  Kenya’s First Lady Mrs Margaret Kenyatta on tour of facilties at Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani on July 10, 2017.Photo/MOHAMMED AMIN

Mwangi Muthee Chief Excecutive Officer  LOC leads Kenya’s first lady Mrs Margaret Kenyatta on tour of facilities at Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani on July 10, 2017.Photo/MOHAMMED AMIN

Mwangi Muthee Chief Excecutive Officer LOC(left) and Evans Kidero Nairobi Governor flag of caravan to sensitive people to attend the World Under -18 athletics championship to be held from 12-16th July 2017 at Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani. Photo/Benson Candie/LOC

Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero gets his accreditation at the Moi International Sports centre Arena on July 10, 2017. Photo/Benson Candie/LOC

Poland long jumpers enjoy morning sun on the competition matt at Moi International Sports Centre Kasarani on July 10, 2017.They are preparing for the IAAF World Under-18 championship from 12-16. Photo/MOHAMMED AMIN

Well branded: Moi international Sports Centre Kasarani World Under-18 competition venue is ready.Photo/MOHAMMED AMIN.

Nairobi here we are: Excited Morocco Youths warm up ahead of the World Under 18 Championship at Moi international sports centre Kasarani on July 9, 2017.Photo/MOHAMMED AMIN/LOC

Moi international Sports Centre is ready to host World Under 18 Championship from 12-16. PhotoMOHAMMED AMIN/LOC

Competitors training Hammer cage is ready for use at Moi international Sports Centre Kasarani. Photo/MOHAMMED AMIN/LOC

Julius Yego World javelin champion and Olympic silver medalist left , Mercy Cherono Commonwealth 5000m champion, Catherine Ndereba 2008 Olympic marathon silver medalist and Dauglas Wakihuri former World Marathon Champion test the new tatan track at Moi international sports centre Kasarani on July 8, 2017. Photo/Mohammed Amin

Moreta Damian decathlone second right from Argentina poses with team mates upon arrival at the JKIA ON July 7, 2017.Photo/Benson Candie/LOC

Algeria coach Kessat Tarir (L) and compatriot Al Amin Said who is the team leader field questions from Omulo Okoth of LOC on arrival at Jomo Kenyatta international Airport on July 7 2017. Photo Benson Candie/LOC

Rafaele Policheti accreditation manager and Barbara Perassi oversee accreditation at the Moi International Sports Centre Arena on July 7, 2017. Photo/Mohammed Amin/LOC

Stephanie Moraa (R), Mrs Mrgaret Ngei and Calvine Otieno man acreditation desk at the Moi International Sports Centre Arena on July 7, 2017. Photo/Mohammed Amin/LOC

Freshly Marked tartan track at Moi international Sports Centre Kasarani July 5, 2017. Photo/Mohammed Amin/LOC

Duleasz Wieduztel (race walikng) Dawiol Negner (Javelin) Marcin Gora team manager at athletes village Kenyatta University on July 5, 2017.Photo/Benson Candie/LOC

Caren Kibett of K24 left, Duleasz Wieduztel (race walikng) Dawiol Negner (Javelin) Marcin Gora team manager field questions at athletes village Kenyatta University on July 5, 2017.Photo/Benson Candie/LOC

Poland coach M.Barszcz left, A. Wiacek (2000m s/c ), T.Niedziatek (walking race) W.Klebowska (2000m s/c) K. Pawlus (2000m s/c) M.Korbut (800m) at the athletes village Kenyatta University on July 5, 2017.Photo/Mohammed Amin/LOC

Inspector General Joseph Boinnet inspects facilities at Athletics village, Kenyatta University

Inspector General Joseph Boinnet conducted on a tour of Kasarani Stadium by LOC CEO Mwangi Muthee

Inspector General Joseph Boinnet conducted on a tour of Kasarani Stadium by LOC CEO Mwangi Muthee

Prof Paul Wainaina, acting Vice Chancellor of KU leads Gen (rtd) Joseph Nkaisery and Mwangi Muthee, Chief Exexutive officer of the Local Organising Committee, IAAF World U18 on inspection tour at the Athletes Village, Kenyatta University. Photo: MOHAMMED AMIN/LOC wu18nairobi2017

Gen (rtd) Joseph Nkaisery (left) inspects bathrooms at the Athletes Village, Kenyatta University. He is with Prof Paul Wainaina (centre) acting Vice Chancellor of KU and Mwangi Muthee, Chief Executive officer of the Local Organising Committee, IAAF World U18 Championships. Photo: MOHAMMED AMIN/LOC wu18nairobi2017

Skatters cycle City hall round about during the launch of the World Under-18 campaign to drum up support for fans fill up Moi intrernational Sports Complex during the games.Photo/Mohammed Amin/LOC

Anne Othoro Nairobi County chief excecutive trade and marketting talks to media during the launch of the World Under-18 campaign to drum up support for fans fill up Moi intrernational Sports Complex during the games. With her Sally Sia assistant director marketting at the LOC. Photo/Mohammed Amin/LOC

Anne Othoro Nairobi County chief excecutive trade and marketting left and Mwangi Muthee Chief Excecutive Officer Local Organising Committee during launch of the World Under-18 campaign to drum up support for fans fill up Moi intrernational Sports Complex during the games.Photo/Mohammed Amin/LOC

Hyving Kiyeng the Rio Olympics games 3000m steeplcahe silver medalist left, Mwangi Muthee CEO World Under-18 and Charlotte Kurgoy a peruse documents t the IDAK seminar on June 15, 2017. Photo/Mohammed Amin/LOC

Nicholas Kiprotich competes in boys javelin during the national trials for the IAAF World Under-18 championship at Nyayo National Stadium on June 14, 2017.Photo/LOC

Edward Zakayo celebrates winning 3000m final at the Under-18 national trials at Nyayo National Stadium on June 16, 2017.Photo/LOC

Margaret Njenga Head of Marketing Sports View Hotel and Peter Salaton General Manager with Mwangi Muthee Chief Excecutive Officer LOC display contracts at Sports Kenya LOC offices on June 16, 2017.Photo/Mohammed Amin/LOC  

Peter Salaton general manager Sports View Hotel left, lawyer Brian Muindi and Mwangi Muthee Chief Excecutive Officer signs contracts at Sports Kenya LOC offices on June 16, 2017.Photo/Mohammed Amin/LOC

Mwema Musyoka of Souther competes inn boys long jump during trials at Nyayo. He won after leaping 15 metres.Photo/LOC

Gloria Mulei competes in long jump during World Under -18 trials at Nyayo. she posted 5.47m to win.Photo/LOC

Irene Akinyi clears a barrier under pressure from Leah Jeruto in 400m girls hurdles during the national Under-18 trials at Nyayo national stadium on June 14, 2017.Photo/Fredrick Omondi/LOC

Mercy Njeri competes in girls 20km walk during the national Under-18 trials at Nyayo national stadium on June 14, 2017.Photo/Fredrick Omondi/LOC

Elijah Matayo left and Kelvin Nyagodo battle in 200m final during the  World Under-18 trials at Nyayo National Stadium on June 14,2017. Kelvin won the race. Photo/LOC

Leah Manyala walks to victory in girls 20km final during the World Under-18 trials at Nyayo National Stadium on June 14,2017.Photo/LOC

Dominic Kipkemboi races to victory in 1500m boys final  during the  World Under-18 trials at Nyayo National Stadium on June 14,2017.Photo/LOC

Edinah Jebitok wins 1500m girls race ahead of Betrice Nzangi during the  World Under-18 trials at Nyayo National Stadium on June 14,2017.Photo/LOC

Mercy Njeri competes in girls 20km walk during the national Under-18 trials at Nyayo national stadium on June 14, 2017.Photo/Fredrick Omondi/LOC

Leah Manyala walks to victory in girls 20km final during the World Under-18 trials at Nyayo National Stadium on June 14,2017.Photo/LOC

Gloria Mulei competes in long jump during World Under -18 trials at Nyayo. she posted 5.47m to win.Photo/LO

Mwema Musyoka of Souther competes inn boys long jump during trials at Nyayo. He won after leaping 15 metres.Photo/LOC

Mary Moraa wins 400m final at the Under-18 national trials at Nyayo National Stadium on June 16, 2017.Photo/LOC

Edward Zakayo celebrates winning 3000m final at the Under-18 national trials at Nyayo National Stadium on June 16, 2017.Photo/LOC

Emmaculate Chepkirui celebrates winning 3000m girls final at the Under-18 national trials at Nyayo National Stadium on June 16, 2017.Photo/LOC

Mercy Cherono Commonwealth games 5000m champion signs attendance book at the IDAK seminar on June 15, 2017. Photo/Mohammed Amin/LOC

Grace Wanjiru (left) All Africa Games 20km walk champion, Faith Chepyegon Olympic 1500m champion , and Maureen Jelagat 400m at the IDAK seminar on June 15, 2017. Photo/Mohammed Amin/LOC

Attentive Doctors and Physiotherapist at the World Under-18 seminar.

Faith Chepngetich, the Rio Olympics games 1500m champion poses with Mwangi Muthee CEO World Under-18 at the IDAK seminar on June 15, 2017. Photo/Mohammed Amin/LOC

Mwangi Muthee Chief Executive Officer of the World Under-18 championship talks to Doctors at a seminar at Kasarani Hotel on June 15, 2017. Photo/Mohammed Amin/LOC

Dorothy Chepngetich competes in girls javelin during national Youth trials for the World u18 athletics championship at Nyayo National Stadium on 13, June 2017. She threw 47.07 finish second. Photo/LOC wu18nairobi2017

Cynthia Chebet competes in girls javelin during the national Youth trials for the World U18 athletics championship at Nyayo National Stadium on 13, June 2017. She threw 49.91 to win.Photo/LOC wu18nairobi2017

Dominic Ndigiti of Kiendege High School, Nyamira County in the boys’ 10,000m walk at the World Under 18 trials on June 13,2017. Photo/Loc wu18nairobi2017

Esther Borua breaks away from Ednah Jerotich in 3000m final during the National Schools term 2A games at Mbaraki Sports Club on June 9, 2017. She posted 9:27.1 to win the race.Photo/Mohammed Amin/wu18nairobi2017

Dolphine Omare on her way to winning 5000m women's final at the National Secondary Schools term two A games at Mbaraki Sports Club on on June 7, 2017. She posted 16:22.3. Photo/Mohammed Amin/wu18nairobi2017

Wiseman Were competes in 400m hurdles during the National Schools term 2A games at Mbaraki Sports Club on June 9, 2016.Photo/Mohammed Amin/wu18nairobi2017

Ronex Kipruto (0458) and Kelvin Kibiwot lead the 10000m boys final field at the National Secondary Schools term two A games at Mbaraki Sports Club on June 7, 2017. Ronex posted 29:24.1 to win the race

Melin Kezia left and Lorna Mreithi of LOC follow athletics action at the National Secondary Schools term two A games at Mbaraki Sports Club on June 7, 2017.

Dolphine Omare on her way to winning 5000m women's final at the National Secondary Schools term two A games

Emmaculate Akoth left and Gloria Mulei shake hands after battling in long jump event at the National Secondary Schools term two A games at Mbaraki Sports Club on on June 7, 2017. Akoth won with Gloria finishing second.

Jackson Muema (175), Ronex Kipruto (0458) and Kelvin Kibiwot compete in 10000m boys final at the National Secondary Schools term two A games at Mbaraki Sports Club on  on June 7, 2017. Ronex posted 29:24.1 to win the race

Peninah Akoth winner at the Youth pre-trials shot put event throws at National Secondary Schools term two A games at Mbaraki Sports Club on on June 7, 2017.She posted 10:42 to win

during the 42nd IAAF World Cross Country Championships at the Kololo Independence Grounds in Kampala Uganda on March 26, 2017. Photo/Mohammed Amin/www.sports-pot.com

IAAF World Cross Country championships, Kampala. Photo/Mohammed Amin/www.sports-pot.com

IAAF World Cross Country championships, Kampala. Photo/Mohammed Amin/www.sports-pot.com

IAAF World Cross Country championships, Kampala. Photo/Mohammed Amin/www.sports-pot.com

IAAF World Cross Country championships, Kampala. Photo/Mohammed Amin/www.sports-pot.com

IAAF World Cross Country championships, Kampala. Photo/Mohammed Amin/www.sports-pot.com

IAAF World Cross Country championships, Kampala. Photo/Mohammed Amin/www.sports-pot.com