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Charles Asati

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Medal record
Men's Athletics
Competitor for Kenya
Olympic Games
Gold medal – first place 1972 Munich 4x400 m Relay
Silver medal – second place 1968 Mexico City 4x400 m Relay
All-Africa Games
Gold medal – first place 1973 Lagos 400 m

Charles Asati (born March 3, 1946) is a former Kenyan athlete, winner of gold medal in 4x400 m relay at the 1972 Summer Olympics.

Biography

At the 1968 Summer Olympics, Charles Asati reached to the quarterfinal of 200 m and was a member of Kenyan 4x400 m relay team, which won the surprise silver medal, with a time of 2:59.6.

At the 1970 British Commonwealth Games, Asati won a gold medal in 400 m and 4x400 m relay and was third in 200 m. He also won the 400 m and 4x400 m relay gold medals in 1973 All-African Games.

At the Munich Olympics, Asati was fourth in 400 m and won the gold medal as a member of the Kenyan 4x400 m relay team.

Asati won 400 metres gold medal at the 1973 All-Africa Games

Asati ended his running career in the 1974 British Commonwealth Games, where he won again both golds in 400 m and 4x400 m relay

References

  • Charles Asati profile at IAAF
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