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Eliud Kipchoge wins Men's Tokyo marathon.

Kenyan athlete Eliud Kipchoge has won the Men's Tokyo marathon in 2:02:40,setting a record as the fourth quickest marathon in history.

Posting a celebration message on his Facebook page, the legend has dedicated his win to bring positive in the world and advocating for a better way of solving conflicts rather than fighting.

Kipchoge has also expressed his happiness for winning four out of the six Abbot World Marathon major races.

Photo :Eliud Kipchoge (Facebook)

"I am so proud to win in the streets of Tokyo, where the people have running in their heart and minds. After winning my second Olympic Gold medal in Japan last summer, I returned to Tokyo to run a strong race. And this is what I meant with a strong race, 2:02 victory and new course record. I'm proud to now have won 4 out of the 6 Abbott World Marathon Major races.

Finally, I want to say I want this world to unite. If there are differences I want us to meet and speak, not fight. My win today is to bring positivity in this world.

#NoHumanIsLimited" Kipchoge Posted on his Facebook Kenya.

Congratulations for flying Kenya's Flag high.

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