Sportsmen and women are celebrated for always representing the Country, but their efforts as parents always go unnoticed despite the hard work they put in.
It is hard training and being a parent at the same time but these sportsmen and women have proven that nothing is impossible.
1. Collins Injera
He is arguably one of the best rugby players Kenya has ever produced but besides that he is a doting dad to a daughter who is 7 and a son who is 3.
From his social media posts, his daughter loves cooking and dreams of being a chef.
2. Mercy Cherono
The damsel, who is loved for her energy on the track, is a first time mum. Her daughter Princess Kimberley Cherop was born during Easter.
Announcing the news, Mercy’s husband Edmond Ngetich wrote
“The best gift from God this Easter. Welcome to the world Princess Kimberly Cherop. To my lovely wife Cherono Ngetich Mercy, congratulations.”
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3. David Rudisha
Many know him for his long strides and exemplary performance on the track but behind the scenes he is a doting father of two. His daughter has taken up after him and joins him while he is training. She just might be the next big thing in the sports world.
4. Asbel Kiprop
Despite being caught up in a love triangle, Kiprop still remains a doting father to his two kids.
He is father two a son and a daughter and they are as beautiful as their mother.
5. Julius Yego
Known to many as the ‘You Tube man’, Yego is a doting father of two with his youngest being a few months old.
Hopefully his son will pick up after him and join sports, we would love to see him do that.
6. Allan Wanga
He is among the best celebrated footballers in Kenya, who is married to media personality Brenda Wanga. They have two children.
Well, his daughter has shown interest in playing football and when she does play, her age mates see dust literally.
His son is also at an age where he can play and we can only wait and see how he turns out.