After smashing his own World Record by 30 seconds in winning the 2022 Berlin Marathon, Eliud Kipchoge does not seem to be ready to stop and just probably. Might be going on for a hunt of further lowering the mark.
Kipchoge clocked 2:01:09 in winning his fourth Berlin Marathon title on Sunday.
As he lifted his eyes and saw the iconic Brandenburg Gate, with the car timer ahead of him assuring of a World Record run, Kipchoge was hopping into yet another record setting run, just like he did at the same course four years ago.
And now, the Greatest Marathoner of All Time, believes he could go faster.
“There is still more in my legs and the future still looks great. My mind is still young and thinking well. My body is absorbing the training and racing and well, let us see,” Kipchoge said after the race.
The double Olympic champion ran a sizzling first half of the race, almost a minute less than he had projected.
Kipchoge said; “I was planning to go for around 60:50 or 60:40 but my legs were running fast and I thought oh okay let me try to run two hours flat. But all in all I am happy with the performance.”