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World Athletics Ratifies world record set by Eliud Kipchoge

The 2022 Tokyo marathon champion Eliud Kipchoge’s 2:01:09 marathon world record has been officially ratified by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF), solidifying his place in history as one of the greatest marathon runners of all time.

Kipchoge, a Kenyan athlete, first set the marathon world record in 2018 with a time of 2:01:39. However, his record-breaking performance in the 2022 Tokyo marathon was even more impressive, as he was able to shave off 30 seconds from his previous record.

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The marathon is widely considered to be one of the most challenging and grueling endurance events in sports. It requires a combination of physical and mental toughness, as well as a strict training regimen, to be able to complete the 42.195-kilometer (26.219-mile) race.

For Kipchoge, his marathon success can be attributed to his unwavering dedication and discipline. He has been known to train for up to 200 miles a week, and maintains a strict diet and sleep schedule to ensure he is in top physical condition.

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The marathon is also a mental battle, and Kipchoge’s ability to remain focused and motivated throughout the race has been a key factor in his success. He is known for his positive attitude and his ability to push through the pain and discomfort of running such a long distance.

Kipchoge’s record-breaking performance in the 2022 Tokyo marathon is a testament to his incredible talent and hard work. It is also a reminder of the human potential to achieve great things when we set our minds to it. The marathon world record is a great achievement, and his name will remain in the history books forever as one of the greatest marathon runners of all time.