Eluid Kipchoga completes the second fastest in London Marathon History

Kenya’s Eliud Kipchoge today became the first runner to cross the finishing line of the final day (day 3) of the Virgin Money London Marathon of 26.2 miles from Blackheath to The Mall (Near Buckingham Palace).

Prince Harry made an unannounced appearance on the day to watch the Marathon.

Eliud ran the second fastest marathon in history to win the London Marathon for a fourth time,  Britain’s Mo Farah finished fifth.

Kipchoge, completed the marathon in two hours two minutes 38 seconds.


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