Interview with Eliud Kipchoge Men's Winner Berlin Marathon 2018 by Andy Edwards, Race News Service

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Kipchoge_EluidPace-Berlin18.JPGEliud Kipchoge and his pacemakers, September 16, 2018, photo by Photorun.net

On Sunday, September 16, 2018, Eliud Kipchoge a win to his marathon record, now at 11 wins in 12 races. Kipchoge had company, which consisted of 3 pace makers, until the half marathon, which was hit in 1:01:06. His final pacemaker retired at 25 kilometers. Eliud Kipchoge ran the final seventeen kilometers by his lonesome, putting 4:44 seconds between Mr. Kipchoge and second place, Amos Kipruto.

Boit-Kipchoge-Berlin18.JPGBoit and Kipchoge, September 16, 2018, photo by Photorun.net

Eliud Kipchoge is the finest male marathoner in history. His epic world record of 2:01:39 should not be broken for many years. Finally, a men's marathon record that is parallel to Paula Radcliffe's 2:15:25. Kipchoge's Run in Monza showed that Eliud Kipchoge was amazing, but his run in Berlin showed that he is the greatest male marathoner of all times.

Kipchoge_Eluid20139-Berlin18.jpgEliud Kipchoge, world record, 2:01:39, September 16, 2018, photo by Photorun.net

Here is the Eliud Kipchoge interview by Andy Edwards, Race News Service, after his world record race of 2:01:39.

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