Athletics Kenya has made clear the requirements that the athletes will need to be selected to join the team that will represent kenya in the iaaf london world championships.
The athletes will be needed to go through doping tests for one to qualify to compete for the global competition that will kick off august 4th to 13th in United Kingdom.
The athletics governing body through its president Jackson Tuwei said the athletes will go through three tests that will be done out of competition and two in competition as required by world governing.
Tuwei Also added that for an athlete to be considered for Team Kenya, he or she must attend doping seminars and be registered as member of athletics Kenya.
Athletics Kenya also announced that they will not issue wild cards during Team Kenya’s Trials for the London World Championships to be held June 23-24 in Nairobi with only three across the line to be selected.
This comes after Reigning Olympic and London marathon champion Jemima Sumgong tested positive for banned substance EPO in an out of competition test carried out by athletics’ governing body the IAAF.