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Who holds the women’s world marathon record?

Brigid Kosgei

Brigid Kosgei, from Kenya, set a new women's world marathon record in 2019 at the Chicago Marathon, crossing the finish line in 2 hours, 14 minutes, and 4 seconds. This record shattered the previous mark set by Paula Radcliffe in 2003, highlighting the evolution of women's marathon running and the athletes' ability to push the boundaries of human endurance. Kosgei, with her exceptional performance, not only proved her extraordinary talent and determination but also inspired a new generation of marathon runners to always aim higher. Her record is a testament to the strength, perseverance, and unbreakable spirit that characterize the great champions of marathon running.

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