Recent News

  • Swimming all over the world

    It’s been a while since my last post and in the interim my swimming has taken me far and wide. The African Championships at the beginning of September were held in testing conditions but for me, it was the first time […]

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  • After Olympics disappointment, a chance to compete in Nairobi!

    The weeks following my disappointment at the Olympics were tough. Based on my great in-season swims as well as my fourth place finish at the 2011 World Champioships, I had huge expectations going into the games. It is always hard […]

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  • Jason Dunford carries flag in Olympics Opening Ceremony

    In the absence of Kenya’s Olympic team captain and vice captain, David Rudisha and Pamela Jelimo, two days before the Olympics Opening Ceremony, Jason Dunford was selected by NOC-K to carry the flag and lead the team into the Olympic […]

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  • From Bristol and onto London

    Two weeks until the 100m butterfly at the Olympics and I am writing this update from Bristol,where part of the Kenya team is coming to the end our staging camp, prior to moving into the Olympic Village. Along with my brother […]

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  • Jason featured in Stanford Alumni Magazine

    Jason recently finished his second degree at Stanford in March 2012 and in this piece, Sam Scott of the Stanford Magazine interviews him ahead of the Olympic Games.

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