She clocked 2:17:18 to win the World Athletics Elite Platinum Label road race.
The 2019 world marathon champion and 2021 Chicago Marathon winner, finished ahead of Israel’s Lonah Chemtai Salpeter and Japan’s Yuka Ando in second and third, respectively.
A fantastic run from Ruth Chepngetich to win the Nagoya Women's Marathon in 2:17:18. It's the second fastest time ever in a women's-only marathon, behind only Mary Keitany's WR of 2:17:01. Chepngetich earns $250,000. Lonah Chemtai Salpeter finishes second in 2:18:44. pic.twitter.com/CaiUJJWdGl
— Fast Women (@fast_women) March 13, 2022