In three years, Wilson Kipsang went from a fast runner to world record holder.
In 2010, Kipsang debuted in the Paris Marathon. In 2011, Kipsang won his second marathon, the Lake Biwa Marathon in Japan, in March. Wilson Kipsang ran his second marathon at the 2011 BMW Frankfurt Marathon where he ran 2:04.57.
Wilson KIpsang had won the 2012 Virgin London Marathon in 2:04.44 and took third in the London Olympic Marathon in August 2012. In October 2012, Wilson Kipsang ran 2:03.57,
Wilson Kipsang broke the world record for the marathon on September 29, 2013 at the BMW Berlin Marathon with his time of 2:03.23, by fifteen seconds.
This interview was done by Andy Edwards of Trackwire/Globerunner, in Athens, Greece, before the Best Marathon Runner Awards.