The 29-year-old completed the race in 4:07.64, beating the previous record of 4:12.33 set by Dutchwoman Sifan Hassan in 2019. Kipyegon controlled the field and knocked almost five seconds off the world mark as she finished nearly seven seconds ahead of second-placed Ciara Mageean from Ireland.
Kipyegon took the lead with two laps to run and made no mistake in perfect running conditions with a temperature of 30 degrees Celsius (86 Fahrenheit).
Kipyegon has now broken three world records in two months, including the 1,500m and 5,000m in Florence and Paris.
Kipyegon admitted that a trio of world records in quick succession had not been her objective coming into this year, but confirmed she would go for double gold in Budapest.
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