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Breaking: Eliud Kipchoge breaks his own world record to win Berlin Marathon

Eliud Kipchoge breaks his own world record to win Berlin Marathon.

On September 16, 2018, the world’s Greatest of All Times, Eliud Kipchoge easily broke Dennis Kimetto’s previous 2:02:57 world record set four years before in Berlin.

Kipchoge won the race in 2:01:09 over the gruelling 26.2 miles at the Berlin Marathon

He beat his own World record by 30 seconds.

Kenya leaders led by president William Ruto has congratulated Eliud Kipchoge on his win in the Berlin Marathon.

"The greatest has done it again, breaking the world record. Congratulations Eliud Kipchoge for winning the Berlin Marathon for the fourth time. You are truly the King of the Marathon." President Ruto said.

The ODM Party leader Raila Odinga also congratulated Eliud describing him as the best marathoner of all time.

"You were already arguably the best marathoner, and now you've taken your domination of the distance notches higher. A great precision run flawlessly executed once more, breaking the world record. Congratulations Eliud Kipchoge. Keep flying our high." Mr Odinga said.

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