Kenya at the Commonwealth Games
The east African nation of Kenya sits aside the equator and extends from the Indian Ocean, bordering Tanzania, Uganda, South Sudan, Ethiopia and Somalia.
- Kenya became members of the Commonwealth in 1963 although they first took part in the Commonwealth Games in 1954, missing only the 1986 Games since.
- Kenya is famous for its distance runners and their many Olympic and Commonwealth titles on the running track.
- Each Commonwealth Games in which they have taken part has yielded medals of all colors for the Kenyans, not only on the track but also in the boxing ring.