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Patrick Konchellah April 20, 1968 – November 29, 2009 in Bomet was a Kenyan middle distance runner
He finished fourth in the 800 metres final at the 1997 World Championships in Athletics in Athens, a race won by Wilson Kipketer He also helped set the pace of the former world record in the 800M set by Kenyan-born Dane, Wilson Kipketer 14111 on 24 August 1997 in Cologne, Germany Konchellah also won gold medal at the 1994 Commonwealth Games He won Kenyan trials for the 2000 Olympics, but was ailing and missed the Olympics
Konchellah's personal best time was 1:4298 minutes
He died on November 28, 2009 at the Tenwek Mission Hospital in Bomet due to cancer
His older brother Billy Konchellah is a world champion 800 metres runner His son Felix Konchellah is also a runner, who was selected to represent Kenya at the 2008 World Junior Championships
- Patrick Konchellah profile at IAAF
- ^ IAAF, September 14, 2004: Focus on Africa - William Oloonkishu Yiampoy, KEN
- ^ De Haardloopkrant, December 2, 2009: Patrick Konchellah overleden – Keniaanse 800 mtr loper overleden in Dutch
- ^ Njenga, Peter 18 June 2008 "Kenyan Trials lead to squad of 23 selections for Bydgoszcz" IAAForg Retrieved 2008-06-23
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