Eliud Kipchoge is undeniably the world's greatest marathoner ever if his recent performance and records are anything to go by. He has now been featured in a newly released US movie that will capture INEOS moment.
The award-winning Kenyan will feature in the movie, Kipchoge: The Last Milestone. The movie was released by US company Ridley Scott Creative Group and it captures detailed information that included preparations in Vienna till when he broke the sub-two-hour barrier.
His record of 1:59:40 was not officially recognized by the World Athletics body but it is nevertheless celebrated as a historic moment in the history of mankind.
“We wanted to make history and inspire the human family. Everybody should believe, that's what makes us claw and push and push again. Marathon is life,” Kipchoge narrates in the trailer as quoted by Kenyans.co.ke.
The film was directed by Jack Scott and covers Kipchoge's qualities of discipline, determination and teamwork that has helped him become a global force in the field of athletics.
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