Quote Of The Day
“This was the hardest [marathon of my career, because of] the conditions. It rained very, very heavy. It was still the hardest because the ground was very slippery.”
“I am happy to win in these conditions. My mind was to run at least the world record but I can say it is sport and tomorrow is a [new] day.”
“Absolutely, I still have a world record in my legs.”
– Eliud Kipchoge talking after winning a thrilling 2017 BMW Berlin Marathon during which he had to rally from behind in the final 5k as Ethiopia’s Guye Adola took the lead late in his debut.
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