This mercurial athlete has had a share of best moments around the globe, and now on our top story, Kemboi speaks out on the secret behind his success on the track after IAAF sweep.

Ezekiel Kemboi has been dominating the 3000m steeple-chase for the last one decade. Many have asked a question of how he has managed to outsmart other athletes in the race despite the fact that some have been training back to back with them.

This debate came up immediately the Kenyan won this year’s IAAF championship title with a similar style to the one he used in Russia leg and during the Olympics. The secret behind his success has now been revealed in a detailed expose that details how he does it.

It can be well remembered that the moment he crossed the finish line during this year’s competition, he pointed to his head indicating to his peers that they have to use their mind in relation to steeple-chase race.

This witty tact brought the entire Beijing stadium to a standstill with the race commentators laughing off the skill as they waited for his Emily Chepchumba dance jig that he showcases whenever he wins a title.

However, safarionline can now reveal what has been the secret behind this man’s success together with a decade long battle by his fellow athletes to beat him. In his daily itenary, Kemboi wakes up early to do his close to a marathon jog and practice in one of the high altitude areas in the Eldoret highlands.

His diet is a well factored one to give him enough energy for his busy schedule especially when he is preparing for a race. Kemboi is a Kenyan police officer a job that he likes so much since it has given him enough time to get the necessary exposure.

The bosses at the top in the police service normally give him enough time to prepare for races since they never bother him when he has an assignment on the field.

The glory Kemboi has brought in Kenya is immense in that many athletes in the world look up to his success to for inspiration.

However, despite the fact that he has been on the track winning spree for a decade now, Ezekiel Kemboi says he has more to showcase and is planning to shift to the marathon races to where he can face the men’s 10000m champion Mo Farah.


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