Kenyans have today woke up in shock after receiving the news about the demise of Agnes Tirop.
Agnes is to have been found with several knife stubs in his body.Tirop who was born in 1995 became the second-youngest ever to gold medal in the women's race after Zola Budd at the 2015 IAAF World Cross Country Championships.
Agnes Tirop career came into lime light ,when qualified for International athletics in 2012.where she became the runners up to world junior champion Faith Chepngetich Kipyegon at the Kenyan Cross Country Championships. Tirop also tried again and became second in 2013.However, Tirop won in 2014.
Tirop also holds a 5,000m best record of 14:50.36. In 2017 Tirop won a bronze medal and the 10,000 meters event.This clearly indicates that,we as Kenyans we have lost a hard working and caregeous person.
May her soul rest in eternal peace.
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