The four-time London Marathon champion clocked 2:01:09 at the Berlin Marathon on Sept 25, beating his own previous world record.
He obliterated his own world record by a massive 30 seconds when he won his fourth Berlin Marathon title running 2:01:09.
It faces stiff competition from other bidders such as Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.
Kenyan fans of the sport are so passionate that they save up to travel to watch the Formula One races around the world.
Kiplangat's exploits made him the first Ugandan to win the Commonwealth Games gold in the marathon.