A seminar on consumer nutrition run jointly by the country’s anti-eating organization and the country’s athletics association, scheduled for Kapsabet on the 4th of this month, has been postponed until Wednesday, March 9 this year.
The seminars are being organized in various parts of the country to motivate athletes to compete in the world championships in Oregon, USA, between July 14 and July 24 this year.
The first seminar was held on the same day this month in Nairobi, followed by that in Eldoret on March 3.
Athletics Kenya has encouraged athletes who missed the first two rounds of the seminars in Nairobi and Eldoret to attend Kapsabet on Wednesday, 9 March.
At these seminars, athletes receive training on eating disorders and run the risk of not explaining where to find the most popular athletes, such as whereabouts.
Although Keenya Athletics Association has not given a specific reason for postponing the seminar, they may be forced to do so due to the track and field weekend meeting, which will be held between Friday and Saturday at Nyayo National Stadium.