[Audio] Emmanuel Mutai Breaks World Record for Second Place at the 2014 Berlin Marathon--interview by Andy Edwards, Race News Service

Emmanuel Mutai ran with Dennis Kimetto until near the very end, never giving up, and ran the second fastest time EVER in the marathon, with his 2:03.13, thirteen seconds under the listed WR for the marathon.

Emmanuel now has world record for second place in the marathon, with his 2:03:13! 

Here is a post race interview with Emmanuel Mutai, by Andy Edwards of Race News Service! 

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