Early 2016, Wycliff was appointed as a medic of the Kenyan national football team-Harambee stars, where till now he is also responsible for the health and fitness of the team. This has seen him traverse the entire globe as well as earn a great wealth of experience from other nations. Some of the countries he has traverse are Uganda, Zambia,Guinea Bissau, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Ethiopia, Egypt, Togo, Comoros, South Africa, Mozambique, Mali, India, Tanzania, Morocco, Qatar, Thailand, Iraq, England, France, Spain, Rwanda among others as he discharged his sporting injuries management duties. He was also privileged to be a medic who accompanied the popular Sportspesa all stars team that played a high profile friendly match against Hull city team in hull northern England in February of 2017. He has also worked as the lead medic for the betway talent search that was conducted in October 2016 where the winner won a trip to West Ham in England. He has also got an opportunity to participate in the inaugural Southampton training camp held in Kenya by the Southampton academy staff for capacity building organized by sportpesa and football Kenya federation. He has also learnt further skills from Tottenham FC physio Matt Davies whom they together worked to manage Kenya’s former football captain Victor Wanyama recover from nagging knee problem in Morocco-Marrakech.
He has been involved in managing all the top foreign and locally based Kenyan footballers and athletes including but not limited to; Victor Wanyama(Canada), Michael Olunga(Qatar), Brian Mandela(South Africa), Teddy Akumu (South Africa) Abud Omar(Greece), Eric Johanna(Thailand)),Ayub Timbe(Thailand),Joseph okumu(Belgium),Eric Ouma(Sweden), Harrison Mwendwa(Tanzania), Keneth Muguna(Tanzania), Joash Onyango(Tanzania), Francis Kahata(Kenya),Duke Abuya(Tanzania), Musa Mohamed(Kenya), Eugine Asike(Sweden), Mark Otieno(100m sprinter), Mike Mokamba(100/200m sprinter) ,Monica Safania(100/200m sprinter) alongside many others. He has also helped in overseeing Presigning/prescreening medical assessment which is a prerequisite for international player transfer to international clubs, with the recent one of Collins shichenje who successfully signed for AIK club in Sweden.
He has experienced and understands best playing/sporting surface/facilities and this is attested by the fact that he has had a tour of the prestigious emirates stadium in England, home of Arsenal where he toured in 2017 as well as KCOM stadium in Hull; home of Hull city(the tigers).He is privileged to have been appointed by Mediamax 2013 as in injury columnist to write about sports related injuries that would appear every week in the people daily newspaper.
The latest event that he has helped Kenya national team achieve is as together with ,Ludovic (osteopath from France),Oliver(physio from France, Lille) is when they helped steer Kenya to the African cup of nations(AFCON) in Egypt June 2019 and also oversaw Kenya play high profile matches in France, Paris and Spain, Madrid the same year and month.