24-year-old Kelvin Kiptum, current marathon world record holder, tragically dies in car crash

Tragic Accident Claims Lives of Marathon World Record Holder Kelvin Kiptum and Coach Gervais Hakizimana in Kenya

A tragic accident claimed the lives of Kelvin Kiptum, the current world record holder in the marathon, and his coach Gervais Hakizimana in Kenya. The 24-year-old was driving his vehicle with two passengers when the incident occurred.

The self-involved accident took place when Kiptum was behind the wheel of his car. Both he and Hakizimana lost their lives at the scene, while a third person involved was rushed to Racecourse Hospital in Eldoret for treatment.

The marathon community is mourning this devastating loss as Kiptum’s talent and potential as a world record holder will be sorely missed. Updates on this tragic event will be provided as more information becomes available.

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