Eliud Kipchoge, winner of two Olympic gold medals, put on a performance to remember in the BMW Berlin Marathon, A World Athletics Platinum Label road event, on September 25, 2022, breaking his own world record in the process.
Breaking his own record of 2:01.39 established in the 2018 BMW Berlin Marathon, the Kipchoge finished the race in 2:01.09.
Second place went to Kenya’s Mark Korir, who recorded 2:05.58. This put him ahead of Tadu Abate (2:06.28) and Belihu (2:06.40).
Kipchoge got off to a great start, sprinting side by side with a number of top runners including Andamlak Belihu and Adola Guye of Ethiopia.