My name is Meshack K. Sang, a former elite athlete with an amazing international experience and knowledge in Sports media, research, mentor-ship and development. I have created a career in helping others to break down athletic barriers into attainable goals while giving back to the communities involved. As a passionate researcher in sports, health, media, recreation, and education, I have co-authored a number of papers on fitness, one of which appeared in the American journal of human biology in 2015 and those that are under review.
SPORTS DEVELOPMENT AND COACHING
As a sports performance expert with SportExcel and an athletic and exercise trainer, I’m passionate about exploring areas related to sports, health, media, recreation, and education. These are avenues that give Sports persons specifically the athletes that edge and the tickle–a concept that benefits both the athlete and sports trainer by aiding performance.
MEDIA RESEARCH, FIXING, AND PRODUCTION
I have vast skills and substantial media experience centered around sports, health, media, recreation, and education spanning to close to 15 years. I have facilitated for both the local and international television and radio networks with great success. These have included the BBC Radio 4, Welsh TV, Runners world, NHK Kyoto Japan and most recently, the filming of Enhanced Sports documentary by the Jigsaw New York productions for the ESPN USA. My main roles have been local fixing, translations, and research assisting for the media personalities and workers who were involved.
COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION AND ORGANIZER
I have been instrumental in facilitating various high-profile sports and Health Seminars attended by elite coaches, medical students and professional athletes in Kenya. Many of which were done in collaboration with globally re-known research scientists and administrators from Moi, Stanford, Harvard and Glasgow Universities.
I have been widely acknowledged in a number of scientific articles published in some of the world’s leading Journals. These include Harvard’s NATURE PAPER, American Journal of Human Biology, PLOS ONE UK and others to have contributed in the preliminary design of the research, data collection and review.