Kenya’s Charles Ndirangu and Australia’s Zoe Buckman triumphed at the 50th edition of the Chiba Cross Country, and IAAF Cross Country Permit meeting, in Japan on Sunday (8).
At last year’s Chiba Cross Country, the only IAAF Cross Country Permit meeting held in Asia, Japan-based Kenyans won three of the four main races. Two of those, Charles Ndirangu and Rosemary Wanjiru, return to the Japanese city on 9 February with another victory as their aim.
Kenyans Charles Ndirangu and Jeremiah Thuku, both winners at the Chiba International Cross Country two weeks ago, were victorious again – this time at the 27th edition of the Fukuoka Cross Country, one of the qualifying races for the upcoming IAAF World Cross Country Championships.
Charles Ndirangu and Rosemary Wanjiru, who are both Kenyan runners based in Japan, took the honours at the 48th Chiba International Cross Country Meeting, an IAAF Cross Country Permit Meeting, on Sunday (10).