September 30, 2020
Today after the main press conference for Sunday’s Virgin Money London Marathon, LetsRun.com reporter Jonathan Gault had a one-on-one interview with marathon world record holder Eliud Kipchoge. After Kipchoge answered Gault’s final question, the always-classy Kipchoge offered a message of hope for Americans as the country continues to battle the Covid-19.
“I wish you all the best in America. I want to say sorry for what is happening in America as far as COVID is concerned. It has hit America in a bad way,” said Kipchoge of Covid-19 which has killed more than 200,000 Americans. “But I want to tell the Americans please take heart. COVID cannot make you lose self-esteem. Make sure in life, you joke around, make sure in life you keep positive, and all Americans will be great again.”
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