Meet Faith Kipyegon Father – Mzee Kipyegon

Faith Kipyegon father Samuel Kipyegon Koech was a 400 m and 800 m runner in his youth, while her mother Linah Koech had also contact with athletics.

Faith Kipyegon, holder of the 1500-meter and 5,000-meter world records, is overjoyed with her newfound wealth. Kipyegon received KSh 5 million from President William Ruto in addition to a KSh 6 million, three-bedroom mansion.

The world record holder was visibly moved by the recognition and cried after accepting the prize.

Kipyegon, in tears, stated she was going to purchase her father a car with the fake KSh 5 million check she was given.

Kipyegon, so overcome with emotion that she could hardly contain her emotions of pleasure, finally let it slip that she had promised her father a car if she ever managed to break a world record.

Faith Chepngetich Kipyegon, who holds numerous world records, had an amazing upbringing, according to her father.

According to NTV, Mzee Kipyegon’s daughter was the first in her family to bypass the crawling phase.

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He explained how, unlike most infants, she didn’t spend any time crawling or balancing on furniture before she started walking.

In 2010, Faith Chepngetich gained widespread attention by finishing fifth at the World Cross Country Championship.

She has competed in many additional competitions since then, including the World Youth Championships, the Olympics in London, the Diamond League, and the Olympic Games in Rio. Several times, she has brought home both gold and silver medals.

On Friday, at the third Diamond League event of the season, Faith Kipyegon ran the 1500 meters in 3 minutes, 49.11 seconds, setting a new world record for women.

The Ethiopian Genzebe Dibaba established the previous record of 3:50.07 in 2015, but the Kenyan sprinter, winner of the last two Olympic 1500m golds and the world titles in 2017 and 2022 surpassed that time.

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