Marathon: a new world record has been hit
Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge, a two-time Olympic champion, broke the record he set four years ago.
New feat by Eliud Kipchoge: the 37-year-old Kenyan, a two-time gold medalist, has set a new world record, beating the previous record he himself set four years ago.
Kipchoge won the Berlin Marathon for the fourth time by posting a time of 2h01’09, bettering by 30 seconds his time also set in Berlin in 2018. Also on the podium of the race in the German capital were compatriot Mark Korir and Ethiopian Tadu Abate, more than four minutes behind.