Tuesday August 29th, 2017.

Just under 4 weeks until the Berlin Marathon 2017, where Eliud Kipchoge will attempt to officially break the world record. It’s a track workout in Eldoret. 5 sets of (2km in 5:45-5:50, 1km in 2:50) with 90sec rest.

We had a chat with coach Patrick Sang.

“Eliud is running well at the moment, but you know, it’s hard to know how someone will race; it comes down to many factors on the day.”

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