Kenyan athlete Eliud Kipchoge has today made history in the Berlin Marathon race.He broke his own track record by winning a fourth beelin marathon tittle running a new world record of 2: 01:10.
The revered athlete shared words of encouragement through his official twitter handle.He said that limits were there to be broken by everyone who was willing.Kipchoge could not express his happiness and stated that he was beyond happy for breaking the world record.He thanked all runners in the the world for inspiring him to push on everyday.
"Limits are there to be broken. By you and me together.I can say that I am beyond happy today that the official world record is once again faster. Thank you to all the runners in the world that inspire me every day to push myself," he tweeted.
Eliud Kipchoge was grateful for the city of Berlin for the organization of the marathon,the fans and the participants who won the race.He expreesed his gratitude also to his team mates,sponsor and staff.
"Berlin, I cannot express my gratitude enough. From the organization to the fans but also all the participants today who all won their own race today. To my family, @nnrunningteam teammates and staff, and all my sponsors who support me endlessly," he posted.
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