The 29-year-old feels more is yet to come after two gold medals at the 2023 World Championships and three world records this year.
Faith Kipyegon feels she is still capable of producing much more after a great season that has seen her break three world records and win two gold medals at the 2023 World Athletics Championships.
Kipyegon retained her 1,500m world title, becoming the first woman to win three golds over the distance at the Worlds, before claiming gold in the 5,000m.
06:06 - 29.08.2023
The fan insists Kipyegon gave him the gift “as a token of appreciation for the support over the years” after watching her run in person numerous times.
That was after breaking the 1,500m, the mile, and 5,000m world records in June and July but she feels there is still much more from where that came from.
"Starting with three world records was an amazing thing in my life. I have seen my life change step by step," Kipyegon said after returning to the country from Budapest on Monday night.
"I was not expecting to break three world records and after that, two gold medals in the World Championship.
"This is a big motivation, I still want to push myself to empower young girls out there to know that everything is possible in life."
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Yavi impressed at the National Athletics Center to win the race in 8:54.29.
Even with all the success, Kipyegon still remains humble and has admitted that what she has achieved in 2023 is yet to sink in.
"I can't underrate myself, I can still do more. I still don't believe I'm the 5,000m world record holder, it was my third 5,000m race since doing so eight years ago," she added.
10:30 - 27.08.2023
Kipyegon is the latest double gold medallist, in individual events, after bagging two gold medals, the 1500m gold medal and her latest, the 5000m.
Kipyegon will now take some much-needed rest before embarking on the remainder of the season, having confirmed her participation in the World Athletics Road Running Championships in Riga, Latvia on October 1.
That will come after her participation in in the Diamond League Final in Eugene, Oregon from September 16-17.
07:04 - 29.08.2023
Omanyala has little time to feel sorry for himself as there is still further Diamond League glory to chase this year before the Africa Athletics Championships and Paris Olympics in 2024.
She is hot favourite to win the 1,500m Diamond League Trophy which comes with a cash reward of $30,000 (Ksh3.4 million).