By Takasununguka Ziki
Eliud Kipchoge the Kenyan marathon strongman romped to victory in the London Marathon on Sunday to become the first man to win the event four times and set a new record in the process.
His latest achievement makes him the greatest marathon runner in athletics history. He posted an impressive time of two hours, two minutes and 37 seconds which is the second fastest marathon of all time compared to that which he set in the Berlin Marathon of 2018 where he posted an impressive two hours, one minute and 39 seconds.
On being interviewed he remarked, “As usual, I do not chase two rabbits, I only chase one and that was London. I have caught that rabbit so I will discuss with my team what follows. The second option is still open,” he told BBC after the race.
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