GIF - Hope for the whole village! Chinese brand of Kipjogs hometown revels with thousands of people

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 GIF - Hope for the whole village! Chinese brand of Kipjogs hometown revels with thousands of people


Born in a poor village in southern Kenya in 1984, Kipjog has been involved in running his favorite race in a difficult environment, gradually accumulating and growing. Later, he took the initiative to find the little-known Patrick Sang coach for training. His diligence, self-discipline and perseverance moved Sang coach. They cooperated together for more than 20 years to create this breakthrough today.

Since the 19-year-old won the 5,000-meter gold medal at the 2003 World Athletics Championships, Kipjog has become a dazzling star in international athletics. Nairobi, Kenya, named a street after him to commemorate the great victory.

In the 2004 World Track and Field Final, Kipjog won the gold medal of 3000 meters; in the 2005 World Track and Field Championship, he won the fourth place of 5000 meters, and in the same year, he won the 3000 meters silver medal; in the 2007 Osaka World Championship, the 5000 meters silver medal; in the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, the silver medal; in the 2016 Rio Olympic mens marathon, Kipjog won the championship in 2 hours, 8 minutes and 44 seconds. On September 16, 2018, Kipjog won the Berlin Marathon in 2 hours, 01 minutes and 39 seconds and set a New World Marathon record. Two years ago, Kipjog said he could finish the whole marathon in two hours, and now he does. In fact, Kipjog, who is only 1.67 meters tall and weighs 52 kilograms, relies on diligence and teamwork. He once said that 100% of solitary combat is not equal to 1% of unity. Source of this article: Netease Sports Responsible Editor: Zhao Ruiqi_NB12596

In the 2004 World Track and Field Final, Kipjog won the gold medal of 3000 meters; in the 2005 World Track and Field Championship, he won the fourth place of 5000 meters, and in the same year, he won the 3000 meters silver medal; in the 2007 Osaka World Championship, the 5000 meters silver medal; in the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, the silver medal; in the 2016 Rio Olympic mens marathon, Kipjog won the championship in 2 hours, 8 minutes and 44 seconds. On September 16, 2018, Kipjog won the Berlin Marathon in 2 hours, 01 minutes and 39 seconds and set a New World Marathon record.

Two years ago, Kipjog said he could finish the whole marathon in two hours, and now he does. In fact, Kipjog, who is only 1.67 meters tall and weighs 52 kilograms, relies on diligence and teamwork. He once said that 100% of solitary combat is not equal to 1% of unity.