Grace Sugut Kipchoge, wife to Eliud Kipchoge has revealed how she prayed for her husband to win the Berlin marathon. She said that she fasted for seven days in prayer and asked for a miracle from God to happen to her husband. It finally came to pass as Kipchoge broke his own record by winning the race in a few seconds less compared to his last race.
Grace watched the match on television with her children and other relatives from their home in Elgon View estate in Eldoret, Uasin Gishu county. She said, "I congratulate my husband for again making history by lowering his world record time. I was in prayer mood for the last one week and I fasted for a miracle to happen. I am happy that the victory has come home. "
She says that Kipchoge's sons were happy to see their father running very well and this is something that has motivated them to keep working hard. She also revealed that they had a talk on the eve of the race as she gave him her blessings.
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