Rose Cheruiyot

Rose Cheruiyot (born 21 July 1976) is a Kenyan long-distance runner.

At the World Athletics Championships in Gothenburg in 1995 she placed seventh in the 5,000 -meter run after she had previously set this year in the 5 - km road race with a world record 15:05. The following year she became vice - world champion in cross-country running and stood with her ​​14:46:41 5000 -meter best time on the web on.

At the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, she was Eleventh about 5000 m, and at the 2001 World Championships in Edmonton Ninth over the same distance.

At the Berlin Half Marathon 2002, she was with her victory in 1:09:32 that she works well even on longer distances. After a maternity leave she answered back in 2005 with a victory at the 25 km from Berlin in the Weltjahresbestzeit of 1:24:46.

In 2006, she then moved on to the marathon distance. She was second in the Hamburg Marathon in 2:27:09 and won the Amsterdam Marathon in 2:28:26. The 2007 season started for them with a second place at the Seoul International Marathon.

Rose Cheruiyot Kirui is with Ishmael, the 5000 m world champion of 1993 and 1995, married, with whom she has three children.