Ruth Chepngetich Breaks the women's half Marathon world record in Instabul on Sunday 4th April taking a minimum time of one hour four minutes and two seconds.
Penning the thoughts of Raila on his post on Twitter, he says that her victory is a reminder to the world that indeed Kenya is a distance running power house, In addition to that he also thanked her for flying our flag high. A post that has illicited mixed reactions from Netizens.
Below are the comments from Netizens regarding Raila's tweet.
"Congratulations Ruth, your win is a testimony that practice makes perfect. You have made us all proud." A comment read.
"Kenya is the home of champions.thanks madam." A comment read.
"Congratulations to Ruth Chepng'etich. Our athletes deserves appreciations. They've always made us proud. They've taken Kenya high up on the athletics scale. We love them." A comment read.
" A win for chepngetich,a win for all Kenyans... congratulations." A comment read.
" Ruth Chepngetich is the hope amidst a devastating pandemic #istanbulhalfmarathon ." A comment read.
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