Who is Faith Kipyegon?
Faith Kipyegon is a Kenyan citizen, female athlete, and a one thousand five hundred metres (1500M) race world record holder.
Her full official name, according to Kenya’s Office Documents – ID, is Faith Chepngetich Kipyegon.
She comes from Kiringeti town, which is located in the Rift Valley region in Kenya.
|Full Name||Faith Chepngetich Kipyegon|
|Place Of Birth/Home Town||Bomet, Home town – Kiringeti|
|Date Of Birth||Born on 10 January 1994|
|Age||29 years old|
|Husband||Mr. Timothy Kitum|
|Race, Events||Faith has specialized in 1500M race.|
|Net Worth||Faith Kipyegon is approximately $2 Million Net Worth|
|Photos||Social Media (Faith Kipyegon)|
Date of Birth, Age
Faith Kipyegon was born on 10 January 1994. She is currently 29 years old. Her parents are Samuel Koech father and Linah Koech mother.
Many people have been asking this question: “Which tribe is Faith Kipyegon?” All along. Today, everyone will be brought to his or her satisfactory that the Kenyan world record holder is a Kalenjin.
Husband and Children
Is Faith Kipyegon Married?
Yes. Faith is married to a middle distance runner, athlete, and 2012 Olympic 800 m bronze medalist Mr. Timothy Kitum. She has not shared more information in public as she prefers her family affairs to remain private.
The two (Faith Kipyegon and Timothy Kitum) are blessed with a daughter that they named Alyn. She was born in June 2018.
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Faith’s beautiful house is located in Eldoret. According to the sources, Faith Kipyegon stays in her multi-million house with her family.
Athletes are rich. They make enough money bearing in mind that is among the top paying talents following football in the world. Faith Kipyegon is approximately $2 Million Net Worth. This is approximately 250 million Kenyan shillings.
This is an estimated Net worth value since she just worn another race and broke the world record.
“Kenya’s Faith Kipyegon has set the new World Record in the Women’s 1,500m race with a time of 3 minutes, 49.11 seconds at the Florence Diamond League in Italy.
She broke the previous record of 3 minutes, 50.07 seconds held by Ethiopia’s Genzebe Dibaba since 2015.”