Kehinde Aladefa

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Kenny Aladefa (born December 19, 1974) is a Nigerian track and field athlete who competed in 400 metres hurdles at the 1996 Summer Olympics[1] and won a silver and bronze medal at the All-Africa Games in 1995 and 1999.[2]

Personal best: 110 meter hurdles - 13.58 seconds, personal best: 400 meter hurdles - 49.60 seconds

He graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in biological sciences. He competed in grand prix races. He then attended St Matthews University School of Medicine and graduated in 2005 with a degree in doctor of medicine. His older brother, Yemi Aladefa, was a star athlete at the University of Missouri, Columbia, in track and field and football. Ayodele Aladefa, another brother, was an all-American and NCAA champion in the long jump at Abilene Christian University in Abilene, Texas. His youngest sister, Tooke Aladefa, attended Central State University in Ohio, on a track and field scholarship.


  1. ^ Athletics - men's 400 m hurdles - Full Olympians
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