Eliud Kipchoge Smashes His Own Marathon World Record


Two questions come to mind anytime Eliud Kipchoge toes the starting line of a marathon.

When will Kipchoge, who before Sunday morning had won 14 of the 16 official marathons he has entered, leave the rest of the field fighting for second place? And are the conditions such that he could shatter his own world record again?

On a sunny morning in Berlin, Kipchoge, a 37-year-old Kenyan, answered both questions unequivocally, winning the Berlin Marathon for a fourth time with a new world record of 2…



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