Rose Cheruiyot

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Rose Jelagat Cheruiyot (born 21 July 1976) is a runner from Kenya.

She is married to Ismael Kirui.[1] The couple completed an unusual double, when they both won their senior races at the Belfast International Cross Country in 1995.

Cheruiyot broke the 5000 metres Kenyan record in 1996, timing 14:46.41. The record was beaten in September 2000 by Leah Malot, the new record was 14:39.83.[2]

Achievements[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing  Kenya
1994 World XC Championships Budapest, Hungary 2nd Junior race (4.3 km) 14:05
African Junior Championships Algiers, Algeria 3rd 1500 metres 4:22.38
2nd 3000 metres 9:04.80
World Junior Championships Lisbon, Portugal 4th 1500m 4:17.12
1995 World XC Championships Budapest, Hungary 8th Long race (6.47 km) 20:54
All-Africa Games Harare, Zimbabwe 1st 5000 metres 15:37.9
World Championships Gothenburg, Sweden 7th 5000 metres 15:02.45
1996 World XC Championships Stellenbosch, South Africa 2nd Long race (6.3 km) 20:18
Olympics Atlanta, USA 8th 5000 metres 15:17.33
2000 World XC Championships Vilamoura, Portugal 12th Short race (4.18 km) 13:22
Olympics Sydney, Australia 11th 5000 metres 14:58.07
2001 World XC Championships Oostende, Belgium 8th Short race (4.1 km) 15:07
World Championships Edmonton, Canada 9th 5000 metres 15:23.18
2002 World XC Championships Dublin, Ireland 8th Long race (7.974 km) 27:28
2006 Amsterdam Marathon Amsterdam, Netherlands 1st Marathon 2:28.26
2007 World Championships Osaka, Japan 24th Marathon 2:38:56

Road running and marathons[edit]

Other achievements[edit]

Personal best[edit]

Distance Time Date City
1,500 m 4:13.05 May 23, 2000 Nijmegen
3,000 m 8:39.88 August 18, 2000 Monaco
5,000 m 14:46.41 August 16, 1996 Keulen
10 km 31:43 September 18, 2005 Zaandam
10 km 31:43 March 31, 2002 La Courneuve
15 km 48:00 November 20, 2005 Nijmegen
20 km 1:08:09 April 23, 2006 Hamburg
Half Marathon 1:09.32 April 7, 2002 Berlin
25 km 1:24:46 May 8, 2005 Berlin
30 km 1:43:19 April 23, 2006 Hamburg
Marathon 2:25:48 January 18, 2008 Dubai

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World Indoor Championships 1997". Retrieved 27 April 2016. 
  2. ^ "Games reject Malot breaks Africa record". Sunday Nation. Daily Natio. 3 September 2000. Archived from the original on 9 May 2004. Retrieved 8 April 2010. 

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