Three-time World Half Marathon Championships title holder Geoffrey Kamworor is optimistic he will come back stronger when competition resumes after the coronavirus hibernation.
Speaking during the third National Olympic Committee of Kenya (NOC-K) online forum titled "The Home Athlete Nutrition Plan," Kamworor said he has been training alone at home hoping for a better season.
Kamworor was to defend his World Half Marathon Championships title in March in Gdynia, Poland, before the race was postponed to October 17.
Kamworor, who is also the world half marathon record holder, has been training with world marathon record holder Eliud Kipchoge in Kaptagat, Elgeyo-Marakwet County.
He said before the Poland race was cancelled, he was in top form and was optimistic that the 21-kilometre title would remain in Kenya for the fourth time.