[Audio] Men's Champion Wilson Kipsang of Kenya after London Marathon, interview by Andy Edwards, Trackwise / Globerunner

Wilson Kipsang is the world record holder in the marathon. That is a fact. Last September, in BMW Berlin, Wilson Kipsang ran 2:03:23. His WR put a huge target on his head. Wilson has trained well and was ready for London.

Running with Stanley Biwott from 30k to 40k, Wilson Kipsang dropped the proverbial challenge and put 26 seconds over the last 2.2 kilometers. KIpsang's victory shows who the best marathoner, on the men's side, in the world is in 2014.

When I asked Wilson Kipsang, the day after the London marathon, when he realized, during the race, that it was his. Wilson looked me in the eye, smiled and said, " The whole race."

Wilson Kipsang was interviewed here by Andy Edwards. 

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