The Story Behind Africa's Olympians

May 22, 2012, 08:07 ET from A24 Media

NAIROBI, Kenya, May 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

As archers aim their bows toward London, and runners get set for July, Africa 24 Media is following close behind capturing the most unique stories about Africans competing in the 2012 Olympic Games. From the famed Kenyan and Ethiopian runners, to female wheelchair athletes in Ghana, to South African cyclists, we offer 25 unforgettable and timeless stories that your station can use both now, as a lead-up to the Olympics, and later, while the Games are happening.

Though we must leave the real medals for the Olympians, our stories will make you feel like you've won gold. Go to to watch how boxer, Seleman Kidunda, plans to make Tanzania proud.

AFRICA, KENYA - Kenya is known for its long-distance runners, but it also hosts a proud boxing tradition. (Photo by: Tovin Jones/Africa 24 Media)

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