When Even A Two-Time World Champ Bows To Your Greatness
“I wanted to steal some good ideas from Eliud [Kipchoge]. He is trying to run under two hours and I knew it would be amazing to be around him. … Eliud is very smart, far smarter than me. He is so organised. If he says dinner is at 7pm, dinner will be at 7pm. If it is time for sleeping, it is time for sleeping. He is always on time. … He has made me a better athlete. When I lived outside the camp, I used to go home [to my wife and family] in the middle of the week, but now I stay until Saturday morning. He is always the first man to be ready to go to the gym at 6am. He is a man fighting with time.”
– Abel Kirui talking about how he moved his training base from Iten to Kaptagat to be around and learn from Eliud Kipchoge.
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