This picture taken on June 10, 2016 shows a pair of shoes put on the grass as the shadow appears next to them prior to a workout on the running track ahead of the Rio-2016 Olympics at Baraton campus near Eldoret town, aproximately 350 km north of capital, Nairobi, on June 10, 2016.
Made in the colours of Kenya's national flag, enda iten (swahili for Go!-Iten) is in the running to earn a place as a home-grown flagship of Kenya's high flying performance in international athletics with hopes of a debut in the forthcoming Olympic's in Rio, Brazil -2016. Founded in 2015 by Kenyan, Navalayo Osembo-Ombati with American entrepreneur Weldon Kennedy, enda iten is infused with the spirit of harambee, a Swahili term that refers to coming together as a community to accomplish a goal and embodying the founders intent for benefit from Kenya's culture of, and international success at distance running by having a percentage of shoe's sales profits donated to fund projects aimed at improving access to clean water, sanitation, healthcare and education. / AFP PHOTO / TONY KARUMBA
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