One hour, 59 minutes and 40 seconds! Kipjog creates a new human breakthrough in the marathon

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 One hour, 59 minutes and 40 seconds! Kipjog creates a new human breakthrough in the marathon


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On the afternoon of October 12, Beijing time, the world record holder of Marathon and Kenyas famous long-distance runner Erud Kipjog successfully completed the race in 1 hour, 59 minutes and 40 seconds in the challenge of Ineos 1:59 in Vienna, Austria, making him the first runner in the world to reach the two-hour mark. However, IAAF believes that the organizer has created favorable conditions for Kipjog, so his achievements will not be recognized by IAAF.

On the afternoon of October 12, Beijing time, the world record holder of Marathon and Kenyas famous long-distance runner Erud Kipjog successfully completed the race in 1 hour, 59 minutes and 40 seconds in the challenge of Ineos 1:59 in Vienna, Austria, making him the first runner in the world to reach the two-hour mark. However, IAAF believes that the organizer has created favorable conditions for Kipjog, so his achievements will not be recognized by IAAF.

On the afternoon of October 12, Beijing time, the world record holder of Marathon and Kenyas famous long-distance runner Erud Kipjog successfully completed the race in 1 hour, 59 minutes and 40 seconds in the challenge of Ineos 1:59 in Vienna, Austria, making him the first runner in the world to reach the two-hour mark. However, IAAF believes that the organizer has created favorable conditions for Kipjog, so his achievements will not be recognized by IAAF.

On the afternoon of October 12, Beijing time, the world record holder of Marathon and Kenyas famous long-distance runner Erud Kipjog successfully completed the race in 1 hour, 59 minutes and 40 seconds in the challenge of Ineos 1:59 in Vienna, Austria, making him the first runner in the world to reach the two-hour mark. However, IAAF believes that the organizer has created favorable conditions for Kipjog, so his achievements will not be recognized by IAAF.

On the afternoon of October 12, Beijing time, the world record holder of Marathon and Kenyas famous long-distance runner Erud Kipjog successfully completed the race in 1 hour, 59 minutes and 40 seconds in the challenge of Ineos 1:59 in Vienna, Austria, making him the first runner in the world to reach the two-hour mark. However, IAAF believes that the organizer has created favorable conditions for Kipjog, so his achievements will not be recognized by IAAF.

On the afternoon of October 12, Beijing time, the world record holder of Marathon and Kenyas famous long-distance runner Erud Kipjog successfully completed the race in 1 hour, 59 minutes and 40 seconds in the challenge of Ineos 1:59 in Vienna, Austria, making him the first runner in the world to reach the two-hour mark. However, IAAF believes that the organizer has created favorable conditions for Kipjog, so his achievements will not be recognized by IAAF.

On the afternoon of October 12, Beijing time, the world record holder of Marathon and Kenyas famous long-distance runner Erud Kipjog successfully completed the race in 1 hour, 59 minutes and 40 seconds in the challenge of Ineos 1:59 in Vienna, Austria, making him the first runner in the world to reach the two-hour mark. However, IAAF believes that the organizer has created favorable conditions for Kipjog, so his achievements will not be recognized by IAAF.

On the afternoon of October 12, Beijing time, the world record holder of Marathon and Kenyas famous long-distance runner Erud Kipjog successfully completed the race in 1 hour, 59 minutes and 40 seconds in the challenge of Ineos 1:59 in Vienna, Austria, making him the first runner in the world to reach the two-hour mark. However, IAAF believes that the organizer has created favorable conditions for Kipjog, so his achievements will not be recognized by IAAF.