- Jeff Koinange and Victoria Rubadiri paid tribute to Eliud Kipchoge and the Kenyan 2020 Olympics team
- The two showed off some choreographed moves, but not as synchronised as they would have hoped, to celebrate the team who made Kenyans proud
- Their dance lasted a few seconds as they displayed huge smiles to show how elated they were with some of the incredible performances
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As they completed Sunday, August 8, prime time news bulletin on Citizen TV, Jeff and Rubadiri decided to show off some moves as they celebrated the marathoner and his fellow sportsmen for their great achievements.
The two introduced their dance as a tribute to the Olympics team before busting their moves.
Dressed in different shades of blue, the duo could be seen moving from side to side with huge smiles on their faces as they tried to synchronise their moves.
Clearly, dancing is not their best talent and for them to go out of their way to pull choreographed moves showed how proud everyone was of the Kenyan Olympians.
Sharing the clip on Instagram, Jeff wrote in his caption:
Tribute to @kipchogeeliud and all of #TeamKenya at the just Concluded @tokyo2020 and @olympics2021! You did us proud flying that flag high!!!! Thank you from the rest of us.”
Rubadiri also shared the clip on her Instagram, saying:
“How I’m dancing into this new week! Got two left feet, but had to bust a move for #TeamKenya who did us proud at #Tokyo2020.”
Here are some of the reactions from Kenyans who enjoyed the dance:
“Can’t make this stuff up!!”
“Jeff, you are a good dancer.”
“The dance moves(on fire).”
“Awesome Jeff and Vicky.”
“What can I Say! My oh My.”
“Niice! The dance was short though.”
Eliud Kipchoge wins gold
As earlier reported by TUKO.co.ke, Kipchoge successfully defended his Olympic title at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Kipchoge, who won gold during the 2016 Rio Olympics, wanted to retain the crown during the postponed Summer Games in Sapporo, northern Japan.
The marathon icon clocked an impressive 2.08.38 to storm to victory to win Team Kenya’s fourth gold medal in Tokyo.
The 36-year-old showed the intent of proving once again why he is the world’s greatest after the 30km-mark when he broke to take a comfortable lead.
Champions of Africa
Despite a slow start at the Tokyo Olympics, Kenya sealed a first-place finish in Africa on medal standings.
Kenya earned its place on top of the continent after collecting 10 medals during the postponed Summer Games.
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Source: Kenya Breaking News Today