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Record breaking marathon runner Kelvin Kiptum dies in car crash aged 24

By France24
13 February 2024   |   8:25 am
Kenyan marathon world record holder Kelvin Kiptum dies in road accident. The men's marathon world record holder, Kenya's Kelvin Kiptum, 24, has died in a road accident in his home country. He was killed alongside his coach, Rwanda's Gervais Hakizimana, in a car on a road in western Kenya on Sunday.

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