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Kenyan funeral pays tribute to marathon world-record holder Kelvin Kiptum

Kenya’s world marathon record holder, Kelvin Kiptum, received a state funeral after dying in a car crash earlier this month. Kiptum and his coach were killed in the crash near Kaptagat, a renowned training base for runners. Dignitaries including President William Ruto and Sebastian Coe attended Kiptum’s burial in Naiberi, near his hometown of Chepkorio.

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Tearful tributes for Kenyan marathon prodigy Kelvin Kiptum

Hundreds of grieving people paid an emotional tribute on Thursday to marathon prodigy Kelvin Kiptum, who died in a car crash earlier this month. His coffin, encircled with flowers, was carried in a hearse through Kenya’s long-distance running hub of Eldoret, some watching in silence, others singing hymns. Kiptum’s mother Mary Kangongo and his wife

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Kenyan Marathon superstar, Kelvin Kiptum, killed in car accident

The 24-year-old and his coach were killed after their car veered off the road between the towns of Eldoret and Kaptagat in western Kenya ADVERTISEMENT Marathon world record-holder Kelvin Kiptum, who was poised to be a superstar of long-distance running, was killed along with his coach in a car crash in Kenya late Sunday. Kiptum

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The ultimate gaming marathon! Man plays ‘World of Warcraft’ for nearly 60 hours to break the world record – but admits he started to experience ‘mild hallucinations’ from the 45-hour mark

Barnabás Vujity-Zsolnay played nearly 60 continuous hours of World of Warcraft He was only allowed to take five minutes of rest time after every hour of play By Shivali Best For Mailonline Published: 05:54 EST, 8 February 2024 | Updated: 05:54 EST, 8 February 2024 For many avid gamers, the idea of a gaming marathon

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Koyama and Inoue among invited runners for Osaka Marathon

Osaka – A total of 19 invited runners were announced Monday for the upcoming Osaka Marathon, including Paris Olympics-bound Naoki Koyama and 2018 Asian Games gold medalist Hiroto Inoue. The Feb. 25 marathon is the first of the two remaining “final challenge” races for Japan’s third and last spot in the men’s marathon at this

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