Synonyms for kusuro or Related words with kusuro

kamworor              kipkorir              kipkemboi              chirchir              chelule              kiptoo              kipkoech              kimeli              koskei              mokoka              kipngetich              kwemoi              kipkemoi              ngeno              mateelong              kipchumba              mukomana              kiptum              nyariki              songok              cheptegei              chebii              yator              mutwol              ayeko              bitok              kirochi              kwambai              kiplimo              kipkirui              mutai              musembi              barmasai              kimutai              kirui              kiplangat              kiprotich              mosima              kipkosgei              chepkwony              makwala              sigei              kirwa              musyoki              gathimba              maiyo              tsegay              magut              ilariani              barsoton             

Examples of "kusuro"
Geofrey Kusuro (born 12 February 1989) is a Ugandan long-distance runner. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, he competed in the Men's 5000 metres, finishing 37th overall in Round 1, failing to qualify for the final. He was born in Mutishet.
For the 2009 race, WMRA president Danny Hughes and Liyel Imoke (the new Cross River State governor) decided to inaugurate the first men's African Mountain Running Championships as part of the Obudu Mountain race. Habtamu Fikadu was elected as the first African Mountain Running champion, Geoffrey Kusuro took silver and Abebe Dinkesa won bronze. In the team competition, Ethiopia won while Uganda and hosts Nigeria won the minor medals.
Kharmang valley is a scattered populated area the approximate population of valley is about 20,000 households; most of the population are residing in scattered villages. The area Kharmang District starts from Mehdiabad town, streching through villages of Ghasing, Manthokha, Madhupur,Gohari,Hilalabad,Kamangu,Tolti,Mayurdu,Pari, Ghandus,Baghicha,Karmang Khaas, Hamzigond, Olding Brrolmo and Brresel.Moreover, Kusuro,Ganokh,Angut, etc. are higher altitude branch vallies of Kharmang.The main source of income is subsistence livestock rearing for their livelohood and agriculture. Natives of Kharmang Valley speak Balti and mostly belong to Shia sect of Islam.
Geoffrey Kusuro's participation in the London Olympic Games marked his début in the quadrennial event at the age of 23. He attained qualification to the Games because his fastest time of 13 minutes and 12.32 seconds, set at the 2011 Míting Internacional d´Atletisme Ciutat de Barcelona, exceeded the "A" qualifying standard for his event, the 5000 metres. Kusuro was drawn in the first heat of the event on 8 August, finishing 18th out of 20 athletes, with a time of 13 minutes and 59.74 seconds. He finished in front of Hussain Jamaan Alhamdah from Saudi Arabia (14 minutes and 0.43 seconds) and Rene Herrera of the Philippines (14 minutes and 44.11 seconds) but behind Ukraine's Serhiy Lebid (13 minutes and 53.15 seconds) in a heat led by Hayle Ibrahimov of Azerbaijan (13 minutes and 25.23 seconds). Overall Kusuro finished 38th out of 42 runners, and did not advance into the final because his time was 33.58 seconds behind the slowest runner who progressed to the later stages.
Huru made his senior debut at the 2010 IAAF World Cross Country Championships and he came 27th and took was fourth in the team race for a third consecutive time. A 19th place finish at the 2011 senior race brought him his first team medal as he, Stephen Kiprotich, Moses Ndiema Kipsiro and Geofrey Kusuro were the bronze medallists. In July that year he represented Uganda on the track at the 2011 Military World Games, but did not get past the heats of the 5000 m. He was absent all of 2012 and most of the next year, but made a successful return in November 2013 by winning the Cross Internacional de Soria race in Spain.
He won his fourth consecutive title at the Ugandan Cross Country Championships in February 2011, comfortably seeing off challenges from national rivals Stephen Kiprotich and Geofrey Kusuro. However, Kiprotich finished ahead of him at the 2011 IAAF World Cross Country Championships, where he was eleventh, and the Ugandans took the bronze team medal. His 2011 season was abruptly brought to a halt as he was diagnosed with malaria and typhoid. He missed the 2011 World Championships in Athletics as a result, but returned to defend his 5000 m title at the 2011 All-Africa Games and won for a second time running. He returned to grass competitions in 2012 with a third-place finish at the Cross de Itálica.
Julius Mutekanga was eliminated in the first round of the 800 metres while Abraham Kiplimo and Geoffrey Kusuro similarly were unable to advance to final of the 5000 metres after finishing in a non-qualifying position. Jacob Araptany also did not progress to the final in the 3000 metres steeplechase while Kiplagat was able to advance to the later stages of the same event but was disqualified for changing to the track's inside line after being knocked over by another athlete. Kispiro made it to the 5000 metres final because he was the slowest qualifier and secured a fifteenth-place finish, and took a tenth-position result in the 10,000 metres despite falling onto the track's surface. Thomas Ayeko finished in sixteenth in the same event. Kiprotich won the men's marathon and Uganda secured its first gold medal since 1972.
Fifteen athletes were selected to represent Uganda at the London Games. They were Jacob Araptany and Benjamin Kiplagat in the men's 3000 metres steeplechase, Thomas Ayeko in the men's 10,000 metres, Abraham Kiplimo and Geofrey Kusuro in the men's 5000 metres, Julius Mutekanga in the men's 800 metres, Stephen Kiprotich in the men's marathon and Moses Kipsiro participated in the men's 5000 and 10,000 metres disciplines. Other athletes chosen were Janet Achola in the women's 1500 metres, Dorcus Inzikuru in the women's 3000 metres steeplechase, Jane Suuto in the women's marathon, Edwin Ekiring in the men's badminton singles, Ganzi Mugula in the men's 50 metre freestyle, Jamila Lunkuse in the women's 50 metre freestyle and Charles Ssekyaaya in the men's 62 kilogram weightlifting event. Middle-distance runner Annet Negesa was due to compete in the women's 800 metres but withdrew because of an achilles tendon injury. For the first time since 1956, Uganda did not qualify athletes in boxing. Mugula was selected as the flag bearer for both the opening and closing ceremonies. The country's delegation was led by its vice-president Edward Ssekandi, and the Ugandan NOC technical vice-president Dennis Galabuzi who served as their chef de mission to help increase morale among their athletes.