A native of Kenya, Kip Kangogo came to Lethbridge College in 2001 to study and enjoyed a distinguished career running Cross Country. After being crowned ACAC Champion in 2001, Kangogo went on beat all comers and emerged as Champion in the CCAA Interprovincial Competition (the forerunner to the current CCAA National Cross Country Running Championships) in both 2001 and 2002. Lethbridge College recognized Kip as its Athlete of the Year in 2001.
Upon graduation, Kangogo moved to the USA to compete for Brigham Young University and Texas Christian University where he further excelled in the NCAA. His eventual return to Lethbridge resulted in his appointment as an assistant coach for the Lethbridge College Kodiaks Cross Country Running program from 2007-2010. Currently ranked as one of Canada's top 3 10K runners, Kangogo is continuing his pursuit to achieve the goal of running for Canada in the 2015Commonwealth Games, the World Athletics Championships and ultimately the 2016 Olympic summer Games.