Will Kipchoge win the 2023 Boston Marathon?
He won his first marathon 10 years ago.
And he's been racking up wins and setting records ever since.
Here's what you need to know about the GOAT of marathon running before go-time on Monday.
He ticked off the miles running through the streets of Berlin, in near-perfect weather conditions.
By the time he reached Berlin's Brandenburg Gate, he crossed the finish line six minutes ahead of second-place finisher Mark Korir of Kenya.
He also broke his own marathon world record previously set in 2018 when he finished the Berlin Marathon in 2:01:39.
Here's who he's up against:
In 2019, Eliud Kipchoge ran 26.2 miles in 1:59:40, breaking the two-hour marathon mark for the first time in history.
His start-to-finish attempt to run a sub-two-hour marathon was profiled in the documentary Kipchoge: The Last Milestone.
There's more obstacles to overcome at the Boston Marathon compared to Berlin or the custom-made course for the 1:59 Challenge:
Even though Eliud Kipchoge has earned the title as the GOAT of marathon running by winning races and setting records over the past decade, he wants people to recognize anything is possible.
And the only person you should compete against is yourself.
Kipchoge knows success starts by making a decision to do whatever it takes to be your very best, even if that means learning from failure.
Whatever happens at the Boston Marathon on Monday, there's a lesson Kipchoge wants you to learn: "No human is limited."
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