Eliud Kipchoge is already the fastest marathoner ever with his 2:00:25 from Monza in May. Four months after that, he’ll try to break the world record in an officially sanctioned race.
He announced today that he is racing the Berlin Marathon in September, and the race said this morning in a press release that it would be a world record attempt. (Kipchoge’s time from the Nike Breaking2 event in Monza was not sanctioned because of various techniques that are not normally permitted, including a car bringing him water and a phalanx of pacemakers substituting in and out for each other.)
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