December 1, 2022
Iliad Kipchoge breaks his own marathon world record in Berlin
Iliad Kipchoge wins Berlin Marathon
Kipchoge claims his fourth Berlin Marathon victory

Double Olympic champion Iliad Kipchoge broke his own men’s marathon world record at Sunday’s race in Berlin.

He had earlier clocked 1:20.57 over compatriot Dennis Kimetto’s 2014 record of 2:02.57 in Berlin.

was kipchoge cut your chances A world record in the making.

On a cloudy day in Berlin, Kipchoge, who has now won 15 of his 17 career marathons, was halfway to officially becoming the first runner to break the two-hour mark.

In Vienna in 2019, he became the first athlete to cover a distance of 26.2 miles in less than two hours.

However, it was not recognized as an official marathon world record because it was not in open competition and they used a team of rotating pacemakers.

More to follow.

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