Habari za Wiki - 7 September, 2021

From The Enda Community

How do you know if the sunrise will be pretty?

Kambu Lapatets on a beautiful sunrise

“What to do when you miss the last flight of the night. Go for a morning walk/run and see the sun....” - @joeclarke16

There is the Kambu Lapatet on this sunrise moment shared by @joeclarke16, and then there is something about the sunrise here burning up the daylight. It's all magical!

Oh! And, we can officially say this Kambu photo is also a signature Joe‘s shoe photo😍.

From Us at Enda 

Here’s what’s coming!

We are getting ready to bring the Enda Itens to your feet once again. The updated Enda Itens are starting the first part of their journey to you, and are set to be at our fulfillment centers by the first week of October.

Of course, we are making our best effort to see them arrive even earlier. Here are the Enda Iten colorways we have coming❤️‍🔥:

Updated Enda Iten


Thank you for your patience as we are looking forward to getting you in these lovelies. We’ll constantly keep you updated along the way.

In the meantime, make sure you are not missing out on your Enda Lapatet size:

The Running News

Omanyala makes his diamond league debut

Kenya’s sprint King made his diamond league debut this weekend. Omanyala was the fourth fastest in the lineup that included favorites in the 100m race, Bromell (9.77), Simbine Kerley (9.84) managed to come in fourth place in 10.02 seconds behind the US trio; Kerley Bromell and Norman that finished in first second and third respectively. 

Kip Keino classic to begin on 18th September 

The second of the Kip Keino Classic is set to be held on the 18th of September, 2021 in Nairobi at the Moi Kasarani stadium. The event that comes weeks after the recently concluded World Under-20 championships is set to crown the final leg of the world tour. Olympic gold medallists Wojciech Nowicki from Poland and Uganda’s Olympic champion Peruth Chemutai are among the top athletes to confirm participation at the Kip Keino Classic due September 18 in Nairobi. With just a few days to the event, many international athletes are yet to confirm participation. This is definitely one of the events we look forward to.

Kinyamal winning streak continues

800m champion Wycliffe Kinyamal powered to victory in poland winning the Kamila Skolimowska tour in Silesia, poland. The Commonwealth champion who missed out on the recently concluded Tokoyo Olympics set a meeting record to finish in 1.44.63. Kacper Lewaski and Great Britains Daniel Rowden finished second and third respectively.

Non-Kenyan News

Francine Niyonsaba Wins 5000m race

Francine who made headlines on Saturday (August 28) by producing the fifth-best women’s 3,000m times ever and winning the race managed to yet again flourish over the 5,000 race after clocking an impressive 14.25.34 to win the tight race that saw Ejgayehu Taye come second in 14.25.63. Helen Obiri came in third followed closely by her compatriot Margaret Kipkemboi who recorded a personal best of 14.27.12

Christine Mboma shines at 200m race

18-year-old Mboma who earlier in June set a world under-20 400m record of 48.54sec went ahead to win her diamond league debut in 21.84 sec. "It was my first Diamond League experience and to be able to win in such a strong field is great," said Mboma. Shericka Jackson clocked 21.95 to come in second while Britain’s world 200m champion Dina Asher came in third with a season-best of 22.04.

All eyes are on Thompson and Duplantis as the diamond league season comes to an end.

The 2021 Diamond League athletics season comes to an end this week in Switzerland at the Weltklasse Zürich, serving as the single meet for the Diamond League Final where 32 athletes will be crowned champions for the season, on Wednesday and Thursday (8–9 September). It will be interesting to see the brilliant athletes who will go home with the diamond trophy. You simply cannot afford to miss this.