Kipchoge plans to attack the gold in London
KAPTAGAT (KEN): Eliud Kipchoge will be looking to add the world marathon title to his Olympic marathon title next year, informs Xinhua. “I like running in London. It is a great city with the fans cheering you along. Retaining my title in April will be a great deal, but to win the World Championships will be a better reward,” he said after returning from New Delhi where he claimed victory in the annual half marathon in 59:44.
RunBlogRun Opines: Eliud Kipchoge is Olympic champion as well as champion at London, Berlin and Chicago Marathons. The fine Kenyan runner, who won his first title, at the 2003 World Championships, over 5000 meters at the age of 18. His mastery of the marathon is pretty impressive, as the skills he has developed over the past decade make him a formidable marathoner, with the ability to increase the pace over the last 10k like few others.