Quote Of The Day
“What we see in training is that Eliud is still learning in training and he is understanding the marathon itself and the marathon training better all the time,” Trouw says. “So far, I think with most athletes, the length of a career is not maybe so much physical but is much more mental and at the moment, Eliud is extremely focused and is hungry for the top level in athletics. And I don’t see that changing very soon. … To be honest, opposite. He is still getting stronger every time.”
– Eliud Kipchoge‘s agent, Valentijn Trouw, responding when asked how long he thinks the 33-year-old Kipchoge can continue to compete at his current level.
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