Kenyan Brigid Kosgei Breaks Women Marathon World Record

Brigid Kosgei Breaks World Women Marathon Record

Kenyan Brigid Kosgei Breaks Women Marathon World Record.

According to the latest reports reaching our newsroom, a Kenyan named Brigid Kosgei has Broken the Women Marathon World Record 2019. This follows after the Kenyan athlete managed to beat Paula Radcliffe’s 16-years ago leading time by more than a minute.

Kenyan Brigid Kosgei Breaks Women Marathon World Record

The marathon competition named Chicago Marathon 2019 took place on 13th October 2019 in Chicago. Certainly, this happens just a day after Eliud Kipchoge, a Kenyan Broke World record in Austria Vienna INEOS 1:59 challenge.

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The Kenyan lady has set a new women’s marathon world record time of two hours, 14 minutes and four seconds. Previously, the record was set by Paula Radcliffe which was set in April 2003.
Rather, the two hours, 15 minutes and 25 seconds Radcliffe recorded in London 16 and a half years ago had proven unbeatable. However, it came to an end after the 25-year-old Kenyan Brigid Kosgei ripped up the chronicle publications.

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On the other hand, Radcliffe was present to compliment Kosgei at the finale, with her record beaten by over a minute.

Consequently, Kosgei’s achievement comes on an extraordinary weekend for marathon running, with Eliud Kipchoge breaking the two-hour impediment. However, most Professional pundits have stated that it’s not a world record since the race did not comply with requirements. As a result, the accomplishment by Athlete Eliud Kipchoge is not a world record.

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