Eliud Kipchoge is the famous marathon athletes coming from Kenya. Recently, Kipchoge won Gold medal in Tokyo Olympic Games held in Japan. He was born in the year 1984. During his career as a professional long distant runner, Kipchoge won the Olympics title in the year 2016 and 2020 consecutively. Source information reveals that the runner broke the world record in 2018 Berlin marathon.
On his twitter account, Eliud Kipchoge posed some photos while on his tea farm. Kipchoge is seen during morning hours in his farm. He wore gumboots to show his hard work. The runner is a serious farmer whom other athletes should follow his footsteps.
Don’t forget that Kipchoge have also participated in various events such as IAAF World Cross Country Championships, 2006 IAAF World Indoor Championships, 2007 world Championships and 2010 Commonwealth games.
The major one which made Eliud Kipchoge is the special event held in Vienna Austria in the year 2019. Kipchoge clocked 1:59:40 making him to be the first fastest marathon athlete to run under two hours in the world despite the event not recognized. Subscribe and share this message so as to educate other friends.
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