Seb Coe, the president of World Athletics, expressed his shock and sadness at the loss of Kenyan runner Kelvin Kiptum and his coach Gervais Hakiziman. Kiptum, who was just 24 years old, held the world record in the marathon and had broken the course record for the London Marathon last year.

Kenyan Member of Parliament Gideon Kimajyo confirmed Kiptum’s death in a statement, describing him as a legend and expressing grief over his loss. He offered his condolences to the affected families.

Seb Coe acknowledged Kiptum’s incredible legacy and expressed his deepest condolences. The tragic accident that claimed the lives of Kiptum and his coach has left many in the athletic community mourning their loss. Kiptum’s death comes at a time when he was at the peak of his career, having secured significant victories and achievements. His loss will be deeply felt by all those who knew him and admired his talent.

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