BUDAPEST, Hungary, Aug 23 – After proving to the world that she is the Greatest Of All Time (G.O.A.T) woman middle distance runner, Faith Kipyegon is not done yet, she is now turning her attention to writing history at the Olympics.

BUDAPEST, Hungary, Aug 23 – After proving to the world that she is the Greatest Of All Time (G.O.A.T) woman middle distance runner, Faith Kipyegon is not done yet, she is now turning her attention to writing history at the Olympics.

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Women middle distance runner, but she not done yet. She’s focus on making Olympic history.

Kipyegon, 29, has won every championship in the three-and-a-half-lap race, including setting the world record.

On Tuesday, after successfully defending her gold medal, she won her third world title, defeating Sifan Hassan of the Netherlands, who had to settle for bronze, and Ethiopia’s Deribe Welteji, who won silver.

When speaking to Capital Sport from Budapest, Hungary during the World Championships, Kipyegon was circumspect.

Many would have assumed that she would give up track and transition to the marathon like Hellen Obiri and Genzebe Dibaba of Ethiopia.

At the Budapest World Championships, Kipyegon competed alongside fellow countrywoman Nelly Chepchirchir.

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Who was competing in her first international championship and finished fifth in a time that was a personal best. After proving to the world that she is the Greatest Of All Time.

“Nelly is a fantastic girl; she is developing nicely, and we anticipate that she will take over the 1,500m following the transition to the 5,000m.

I hope I’ve motivated many people, especially those back home, to believe that everything is possible.

Kipyegon, who also owns the record for the women’s 5000m, said, “I am a living testimony; leaving on maternity leave and coming back and being stronger than before.

I’m extremely appreciative, she continued, “Defending my 1500m title is great, as I say, it is my big fish.

This year celebrates 150 years since Buda, Buda, and Pest, three Danube-side cities, merged to form the present-day metropolis of Budapest.

Through 2024, the capital of Hungary will host approximately 100 events to commemorate its sesquicentennial.

This autumn, after more than two years of renovation, the city’s iconic Chain Bridge will open to walkers once more.

Numerous people will be present to support

runners as they pass by and under the well-known bridge during the Budapest Marathon in October.

Other commemorative activities include an outdoor concert in Heroes’ Square in September, the Cake of Budapest competition.

The winner of which will be distribute throughout the city following the first public tasting this autumn, and a new exhibition on Budapest’s identity at the Budapest History Museum.

The activities continue the momentum of a number of recent openings, including those of the House of Music Hungary.

The Museum of Ethnography, and the Hungarian State Opera, which finished an extensive refurbishment last year.

As part of the National Hauszmann Programme, a number of sights in the Buda Castle Palace District, including St.

Stephen’s Hall, the Guardhouse, and Karakash Pasha Tower have been restore to their former splendour.

Visitors attending the celebration will stay in a number of new hotels. In July, The W Budapest is schedul to open across from the opera theatre.

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The St. Regis Hotel Budapest will be built on the site of the former Kloti Palace. Additionally, the Marriott Autograph Collection’s Dorothea Hotel will make its premiere on art Square.

For her part, Chepchirchir expressed pride in reaching the final on her first attempt.

Faith (Kipyegon) is a legend, and I’m following in her footsteps, Chepchirchir said. “I hadn’t met her before today, and I’m so grateful to compete alongside her,” Chepchirchir added.

Kipyegon expressed gratitude to Kenyans for always standing by her;

“Just want to say thanks for the prayers and well wishes. I read about Faith taking the gold back home on social media.

The U.S. Department of State’s Public Diplomacy Small Grants Programme is please to announce an open competition for organisations and individuals.

To submit applications to carry out a programme (or project) with funding that commemorates the 75th anniversary. Of the end of World War II and the difficult journey Hungary took to achieve freedom after.

In order to promote sincere understanding and recollection of the tragedy of the Second World. The Holocaust and the arduous path to freedom that follow.

PAS Budapest is seeking proposals for programmes. The emphasis of proposals should be on recognising and remembering the nuanced entirety.

Of national history, with particular attention to personal experiences and oral histories. After proving to the world that she is the Greatest Of All Time.

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