These are the newspapers' reactions to Kenya's performance at the IAAF World Championships in Beijing, 2015.
There are celebrations going on for these athletes, because we love when we perform well on a world stage. They were met at the airport with a heroes welcome, and a party had been set up, just waiting for them.
In case you're wondering what this is, the 2015 IAAF Championship table standing looks like this:
On Sunday, Kenya became the first African country to win the IAAF World Championship since it begun.
There was also the fascinating story about Julius Yego, who learned how to throw the javelin from YOUTUBE (yea, youtube) and became the first Kenyan to win a world championship gold medal in a field event, with a throw of 92.72m.
As you probably know, Kenya usually performs well in athletics in general, but this was the first time we got the Javelin (Julius Yego, aka Youtube man) and the 400m hurdles (Nicholas Bett got that)
Just in case you're wondering, no, we do not all run, and I certainly cannot do so to save my life.
The people who run usually come from Kenya's highlands, where lots and lots of studies have been done to determine what makes them tick. There are training camps in the highlands that take advantage of the high altitude, and only the best of the best come out on top from the rigourous training.
This is how Kenya stays on top and continues to make headlines in athletics.