“I respect everybody’s thoughts and I hope they respect mine, too. The law of nature cannot allow all of us to come together.” Eliud Kipchoge responding to haters. jihami.com wishes you all the best as you struggle to make us proud again.
Eliud Kipchoge is expected to begin his chase for the mega title in Vienna at around dawn on Saturday.
Kipchoge, the greatest marathoner, is not new to such standards as he is a known record holder of 11 of the 12 marathons he has participated.
The Telegraph reported that, according to Mr. Kipchoge, running under two hours is “like the first man to go to the Moon”.
Kipchoge has dismissed those who think he cannot manage this run saying, “I respect everybody’s thoughts and I hope they respect mine, too. The law of nature cannot allow all of us to come together.”
Talking money, Mr. Fran Millar, Ineos chief executive, observed that it was not about money matters but because no one else has ever done it “We’re not doing this to talk about money. We’re genuinely doing this because it’s something no human has ever done before. That’s a priceless thing to achieve.” He said.
Deputy President William Ruto is leading a high powered delegation to Vienna to support the athlete.
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