|Born||May 2, 1992|
Laikipia District, Kenya
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Weight||72 kg (159 lb)|
|Event(s)||400 m, 400 m hurdles|
|Achievements and titles|
|Personal best(s)||400 m – 45.07 (2014)|
400 mH – 47.78 (2016)
Boniface Mucheru Tumuti (born 2 May 1992) is a Kenyan sprinter and hurdler. He competed in the 400 metres hurdles at the 2012 and 2016 Olympics and won a silver medal in 2016.
|2010||World Junior Championships||Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada||34th (h)||400m||48.85|
|13th (h)||4 × 400 m relay||3:12.18|
|African Championships||Nairobi, Kenya||11th (h)||400 m hurdles||51.94|
|2012||African Championships||Porto Novo, Benin||3rd||400 m hurdles||49.45|
|3rd||4 × 400 m relay||3:04.12|
|Olympic Games||London, United Kingdom||35th (h)||400 m hurdles||50.33|
|–||4 × 400 m relay||DQ|
|2014||Continental Cup||Marrakesh, Morocco||1st||4 × 400 m relay||3:00.02|
|IAAF World Relays||Nassau, Bahamas||15th (h)||4 × 400 m relay||3:04.69|
|Commonwealth Games||Glasgow, United Kingdom||6th||400 m hurdles||49.99|
|–||4 × 400 m relay||DQ|
|African Championships||Marrakech, Morocco||3rd||400 m||45.07|
|3rd||4 × 400 m relay||3:07.35|
|2015||World Championships||Beijing, China||5th||400 m hurdles||48.33|
|2016||African Championships||Durban, South Africa||1st||400 m hurdles||49.21|
|2nd||4 × 400 m relay||3:04.25|
|Olympic Games||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||2nd||400 m hurdles||47.78|
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