Synonyms for kipkosgei or Related words with kipkosgei

kipkemboi              kiptoo              yator              kipngetich              chelule              kipkemoi              bitok              musembi              mokoka              kiptum              kipkorir              chebii              koskei              songok              chirchir              malakwen              makwala              ayeko              kimitei              nyariki              chepkwony              omolo              kimeli              kikwai              cheptegei              toroitich              kipchumba              kipkurui              kiplimo              mwangangi              kipkoech              kiplangat              kimutai              kirui              mosima              magut              macharinyang              emordi              musyoki              wekesa              ngeno              kusuro              weigopwa              nsubuga              obakeng              emelieze              kitur              chimier              sirimou              kiprui             

Examples of "kipkosgei"
Kipkosgei, also written Kipkosgey and Kipkoskei, is a surname of Kenyan origin" Arap Kosgei means son Of Kipkosgei. It may refer to:
Luke Kipkosgei (born 27 November 1975 in Iten) is a Kenyan long-distance runner who is most known for his track running over 3000 metres and 5000 metres.
Nelson Kipkosgei Cherutich (born 9 March 1993) is a steeplechase runner from Bahrain. He competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics, but failed to reach the final.
Chepkitony Lucas Kipkosgei is a Kenyan politician. He belongs to the Orange Democratic Movement and was elected to represent the Keiyo North Constituency in the National Assembly of Kenya since the Kenyan parliamentary election, 2002.
Polat Kemboi Arıkan (born Paul Kipkosgei Kemboi on 12 December 1990 in Cheptiret, Kenya) is a Turkish long distance runner of Kenyan origin competing in the 3000 m and 5000 m events. The tall athlete at is a member of Enkaspor in Istanbul.
Essa Ismail Rashed (Arabic: عيسى اسماعيل راشد ; born Daniel Kipkosgei on 14 December 1986) is a long-distance runner now representing Qatar after his switch from Kenya in 2004. He represented his adopted country at the 2008 Summer Olympics and the World Championships in Athletics in 2005 and 2007. He is coached by the Italian Renato Canova.
He switched allegiance to Turkey on 8 June 2011, changing his name from Paul Kipkosgei Kemboi to Polat Kemboi Arıkan. Normally, he would have to wait for two years following his naturalization to be able to internationally represent his adoptive country, it was announced in February 2012 that he had received permission from the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) to compete for Turkey starting with the 2012 World Indoor Championships in Istanbul.
Jerry Kiernan's 1982 time of 2:13:45 was a long-standing men's course record. This was finally improved upon by Lezan Kipkosgei Kimutai over twenty years later in 2004, but Russian runner Aleksey Sokolov twice broke the record with consecutive wins in 2006/07, running 2:11:39 then 2:09:07 the next year. Moses Kangogo Kibet became the first man under 2:09 in Dublin with his win in 2:08:58. The current men's record is 2:08:33 set by Geoffrey Ndungu in 2011.
At the 2009 London Marathon, he was sixth and there was no improvement at the 2009 World Championships in Athletics, where he again dropped out of the race. He ran a tempered race at the 2009 Chicago Marathon and his decision to ignore the fast opening pace paid off, as he overhauled all but Samuel Wanjiru and recorded his second fastest ever time with 2:06:04. Goumri placed third at the 2010 Philadelphia Half Marathon in September. Two months later he ran at the 2010 New York City Marathon and came fourth, ten seconds adrift of third-placer Moses Kigen Kipkosgei.
He made his marathon debut in 2005, competing at the New York City Marathon, but he did not manage to finish the distance on his first attempt. He made his mark in the senior ranks in 2006: he came second at the City-Pier-City Half Marathon behind Moses Kipkosgei Kigen, and then finished in third place in the Rotterdam Half Marathon, setting a new best of 1:00:13 for the distance. A month later he won the Amsterdam Marathon title in a time of 2:08:52. He took part in the Lagos Half Marathon in December and beat Francis Kibiwott to win the race with a sprint finish. His time of 1:03:18 was a minute off Fabiano Joseph's course record, but an organisational error meant runners had to fight through a traffic jam at the 14 km mark.
España first represented Spain at the 2001 IAAF World Cross Country Championships, where he was 11th in the short race. He won his first medal the following year at the 2002 European Athletics Indoor Championships, taking the bronze medal over 3000 m. Outdoors, he came eleventh in the 5000 m at the 2002 European Athletics Championships. He came close to another medal indoors at the 2003 IAAF World Indoor Championships, finishing a fraction of a second behind the bronze medallist Luke Kipkosgei. In 2005 he won the 3000 m gold medal at the 2005 European Cup and went on to compete at the 2005 World Championships in Athletics, where he was disqualified in the heats.
He upset the predictions for the 2010 New York City Half Marathon, taking the men's title with his first time under an hour (59:53 minutes) and beating opposition including Haile Gebrselassie and Moses Kigen Kipkosgei. Kamais came second to Gebre Gebremariam at the UAE Healthy Kidney 10K in Central Park in May. He was invited to the 2010 New York City Marathon later that year and he completed his debut over the distance with a time of 2:14:59 hours for twelfth place. He returned to the New York Half in March 2011, but a clash with Galen Rupp upset his run and he ended the race in fifth place. He repeated that placing at the 2011 Beijing Marathon and set a personal best time of 2:12:58 hours in the process.