Just a day after Eliud Kipchoge's electrifying race in Berlin, Germany. The althlete has turned out to be the talk of town with various people talking about his performance. Alongside the praises that have now revolved around his name, Kenyans have been plunged into a discussion following a discovery that was made on the artist. Well, amid the race, Kipchoge had wrapped a coin like stuff on his arm and Kenyans could not just agree on what it was.
With many people making light of the moment, a few fans argued that the circular stuff was a coin which the athlete allegedly used to buy water by the roadsides. But then, it has now been revealed that the gadget spotted on Kipchoge's arm is called the Abbott's libre sense which is mainly used to know the athlete's blood sugar level.
For a well established life of any athlete, the sportsperson ought to consume specific foods which are medically recommended hence the need to use such gadgets. Kipchoge broke his own previous record after clocking a time of 2:01:09. Did you know before the use of the libre sense used by Kipchoge? Share your opinions on the comment section.
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