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RE: Dr. Michael Joyner and LetsRun's Robert Johnson share their thoughts on what Eliud Kipchoge's 2:00:25 means wrote:

Healthy debate is good for the sport.

What do you think?

have nobody considered the factor that maybe it was not the best day for Kipchoge?

We can't forget that they are human.

Probably he wasn't in the shape of his best London marathon in which he made 2h 03' in absolute control

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