*In photos shared by his Twitter account, Kipchoge was pictured getting ready to race.
*He wore his socks and shoes while he took the pictures.
Eliud Kipchoge, double Olympic marathon champion, shared photos as he trained for the race in Berlin.
Kipchoge, who will be running the sixth Berlin Marathon this Sunday, is aiming to set a course record.
Kipchoge is seen getting ready to race in photos shared by his Twitter account.
He wore his socks and shoes as his team took pictures of him.
“I believe that I can still run a Berlin course record, even if it is not a world record. He said that he doesn’t know the name of the one but that he will keep his Berlin course record. He completed four races on the course and expressed excitement about returning.
He was the winner in Berlin in 2017, 2017 and 2018, and second in Berlin in 2013. In 2019, Kipchoge was the first to complete the marathon under two hours. His unofficial time in Vienna, Austria, was 1:59.40.
Six months ago, he ran the fourth fastest time in history in Tokyo. Now, he is back to Berlin’s famously fast course and says it is a great place to run again.
“I can tell you that I feel so lucky to be back on the streets of Berlin. He said, “I can’t wait for you all to be on the starting line tomorrow.”