The Berlin marathon is the fast one where the best of the best try to set PRs and world records. This morning Eliud Kipchoge, the greatest marathoner who ever lived, smashed the world record and ran 2:01:37.
My question: how do you run 4:38/mile for one mile?
Last year Nike had that hugely publicised event to try and break the 2-hour marathon unofficially on a track at Monza, and he almost did it. I can't believe this guy. He beat other really fast marathoners today in 2nd & 3rd places by something like 5 minutes.