|Full name||Eunice Chebichii Chumba|
|Born||23 May 1993|
|Height||153 cm (5 ft 0 in)|
|Weight||46 kg (101 lb)|
|Event(s)||Marathon, Cross country running, 10,000 metres|
Eunice Chebichii Chumba (born 23 May 1993) is a Kenyan born Bahraini female long distance runner as well as a cross country runner who has represented Bahrain after her switch from Kenya in several international sport events including Asian Games, Asian Athletics Championships, Asian Cross Country Championships. She is currently ranked as 13th all time best runner in half marathon history with a record timing of 1:06:11 which she achieved on 17 September 2017 during the Copenhagen Half Marathon.
She claimed her first athletics senior gold medal in Manama at the 2016 Asian Cross Country Championships. Eunice achieved gold medal at the 2017 Copenhagen Half Marathon with establishing a new Copenhagen Half Marathon record among women by finishing with a record time of 1:06:11. She also set a new Beirut Marathon record among women in 2017 with a record finish of 2:28:43 and eventually secured a gold medal in the event.
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