The tragic accident that led to the death of Kenyan marathon runner Kiptum and his coach has left the people of Keiyo South in mourning. In a statement, Kenyan member of parliament Gideon Kimaiyo confirmed their demise and expressed his condolences to their families and friends.
Kiptum was only 24 years old when he set a new world record in the Chicago Marathon and also broke a record time in the London Marathon in 2023. His achievement was celebrated by many, and he was hailed as a legend in the sporting community.
The news of their death has shocked the athletics world, with many expressing deep sadness at their loss. The organizers of the London Marathon sent their condolences to the families and friends of Kiptum and his coach. World Athletics president Seb Coe also shared his shock and deep sadness at Kiptum’s passing, stating that he will be dearly missed.
Kiptum’s legacy will live on as an inspiration to aspiring athletes around the world. His dedication, hard work, and determination will always be remembered as a testament to what can be achieved through perseverance.