Eliud Kipchoge return to 2020 London Marathon.
Eliud Kipchoge said:”I love running in London where the crowd is always wonderful,”
His ground-breaking time of one hour 59 minutes 40 seconds in Austria.
However, it is not classed as a world record because of various aspects of the designed challenge – such as rotating pacemakers and bike-delivered drinks – ruled his time ineligible.
Eliud Kipchoge, the greatest marathoner of all time, has chosen the 2020 Virgin Money London Marathon.
Kipchoge has his sights set on his incredible streak of record-breaking performances at the 40th Race in London Marathon history on Sunday 26 April 2020.