International Olympic Committee announces that London will host the 2012 Games.
Kip Keino is made an honorary Doctor of Law at the University of Bristol.
Bob Reeves initiates the Bristol Kenya Partnership.
Kip Keino returns to Bristol to sign agreement with Lord Mayor of Bristol. Attended presentation at Ashton Park School on their partnership with the Inspirations School in Kenya and meeting local dignitaries and business people.
Five Bristol runners spend a week at the Kip Keino High Performance Training Centre at Eldoret, thanks to the Bristol University's Springboard Plus project, supported by the John Rutley Sport Fund.
The Bristol-Kenya Partnership sent a Bristol team to the Safaricom Marathon in Lewa to raise money for the wildlife charity Tusk.
The Bristol Kenya Partnership co-hosts 'An Evening With Rory Bremner' to raise funds for Tusk's conservation activities.
Visit of the Kenyan rugby squad to Bristol during the European leg of the IRB Sevens World Series.
A Bristol University Select team won the Plate Competition at the Tusker Safari Sevens rugby tournament in Nairobi. Hosts Kenya beat the Emerging Boks in the final to win the Main Cup.
Edwin Kipyego, 20, becomes the eighth Kenyan athlete in ten years to win the Bristol Half-Marathon.
Opening of the Kip Keino Athletics Stadium by Dr Keino; signing of agreements with the Kenyan Olympic Committee for Bristol to be their pre-Olympics training camp in 2012.