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Eliud Kipchoge
World Record Holder - 2:01:39 | , | | Kenya | Isuzu D'max ambassador | Marathon
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Eliud Kipchoge 11h
A huge congratulations to ! So proud to see you run this world record. Great planning, preparations, teammates, coaching and management is equal to record breaking.
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INEOS 1:59 Challenge Sep 13
“No Human Is Limited is in my heart and in my blood. I live this belief every day.” Eliud wants to inspire people worldwide to follow their dreams and prove that . Read the latest instalment of ’s diary here 👉
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Eliud Kipchoge Sep 13
Replying to @chrisfroome @INEOS159
Thank you Chris, I wish you all the best in your recovery and hope to see you back on the bike soon! Asante sana.
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INEOS 1:59 Challenge Sep 13
🚴‍♂️ believes that limits shouldn’t be set in sport. He shares his story on breaking through barriers and pushing himself to prove people wrong as he recovers after his career-threatening accident. Tell us your story – who sets the limits anyway?
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Eliud Kipchoge Sep 12
I want to show the world that No Human Is Limited. Please share your stories with me of what means to you as it gives me crucial motivation as I go through my final preparations!
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Eliud Kipchoge Sep 11
For the past months we've been working very hard to get ready for Vienna. I welcome you to follow my preparations in the third part of the documentary!
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Eliud Kipchoge Sep 8
Good luck to all the drivers today on the historical track in Monza! I'll be following closely in admiration!
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INEOS 1:59 Challenge Sep 6
🏃‍♂️ Pacemaker formation training 👟 Hitting the track 💪 Dealing with the pressure as Vienna approaches The third part of the documentary. Coming on the 11th September.
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Eliud Kipchoge Sep 2
It was really inspiring to follow the pacer formation tests on the actual course in Vienna from Kenya. Seeing the course, the city and these great athletes really inspire me to push in training for the final weeks!
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INEOS 1:59 Challenge Aug 30
🏃‍♂️ Reaction to the pacemakers being announced 🍎 Practicing in-race nutrition 🇰🇪 Excitement building in Kenya Here's the latest instalment of 's diary, as we move closer to the start of the Challenge...
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Eliud Kipchoge Aug 28
Thanks bro, couldn't do it without you!
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Eliud Kipchoge Aug 28
Proud to be surrounded by such amazing athletes!
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Eliud Kipchoge Aug 28
Thanks for your assistance ! Forever grateful!
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Eliud Kipchoge Aug 27
No days off with a guy like this next to you in training!
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INEOS 1:59 Challenge Aug 16
📈 Excitement building in Kenya 😅Dealing with the pressure 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 Enjoying downtime at the weekend with family has been busy as we move within two months of the Challenge - read his latest diary:
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INEOS 1:59 Challenge Aug 16
Replying to @INEOS159
We’ve announced the first group of Challenge pacemakers – they are: 🇰🇪 Augustine Choge 🇰🇪 Victor Chumo 🇳🇴 Filip Ingebrigtsen 🇳🇴 Henrik Ingebrigtsen 🇳🇴 Jakob Ingebrigtsen 🇺🇸 Bernard Lagat 🇦🇺 Jack Rayner 🇦🇺 Brett Robinson Find out more:
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Eliud Kipchoge Aug 16
Coach gave me some homework materials to study over the weekend 🤔
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INEOS 1:59 Challenge Aug 15
👻 Once known as 'ghost runners' ⏱️ The secret behind Roger Bannister's four-minute mile 🗣️ "100% of me is nothing compared to 1% of the team" - Pacemakers will be crucial during - learn more about the history of pacemaking:
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INEOS 1:59 Challenge Aug 13
📽️ Have you seen the latest documentary? Behind-the-scenes clips from camp, and exclusive interviews with and his teammates as preparations step up for Vienna. 👀Take a look
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Eliud Kipchoge Aug 13
I thought I should take the camera for a change, maybe become a photographer after my career? 😉
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