Kenya's Faith Kipyegon secured her third consecutive gold in the 1500 meters at the Budapest World Championships, maintaining a dominant performance.

Faith Kipyegon, the relentless Kenyan runner, clinched gold in the 1500 meters at the Budapest World Championships for the third time.

She maintained a controlled pace initially and then gradually accelerated, leaving her competitors unable to keep up on the final lap.

Kipyegon expressed gratitude for her victory, stating that she had prepared well and was expecting to defend her title.

She crossed the finish line in an impressive 3 minutes 54 seconds 87, well ahead of the Ethiopian runner-up.

Kipyegon's collection of wins this year includes three World Records across different distances.

She plans to compete in the 5000 meters event, aiming to qualify for the final and achieve further success.

Faith Kipyegon had previously won gold at the 2017 and 2022 World Championships, along with two Olympic titles in 2016 and 2021.

The champion's statements reflect a sense of accomplishment and fulfillment for achieving their title defense goal.

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