16 July 2017 in the midst of covid- 19 in Nairobi the IAAF (now World Athletics) World U18 championship came to a close in the capital of Kenya. It was clear that after hosting a successful championship, Kenya had proved its ability to host a major athletics competition. The five-day global showpiece saw a record attendance of 60,000 spectators at the championship in each of the final two days.
In a city full of amazing activities ,sceneries the Nairobi is still the safari capital of the Africa. Nairobi has become one of Africa’s largest, and most interesting cities.
Nairobi is a city that never seems to sleep. The entire town has a boundless energy, and is thriving place where all of human life can be found. This is a place of great contrasts where race, tribe and origin all become facets of a unique Nairobi character. The city has not lost its sense of the past, with an excellent museum and the historical home of Karen Blixen, author of Out of Africa open to visitors, not forgetting it is the only cit that has the Nairobi National Park within it a 113 sq. kms of plains, cliffs and forest. The park is home to large herds of Zebra, Wildebeest, Buffalo, Giraffe and more. Rhino, Cheetah, and a large number of Lions are all found here, living wild within 20 minutes of the center of town.
From 17th to 22nd August this year, the championship will be hosted in Kenya, a country that prides its self with a vibrant athletics history and a population that loves track and field events.
Karibuni Nairobi Kenya!!