From London to Eldoret: INEOS 1:59 Challenge Documentary – Part One

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Go behind-the-scenes with Eliud Kipchoge and meet some of the key people in his life.

The greatest marathon runner of all time is in Kenya as he gets ready to take on the INEOS 1:59 Challenge, and prove that no human is limited.

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39 COMMENTS

  1. We all know he's an incredible athlete, but what I really appreciated about this video is his human side, how humble he is, how caring he's with his family and how his family is so supportive even though he has to spend most of the time away from home. His wife looks adorable. They deserve happiness!

  2. If you read some of the comments you will see clearly why. Most people think just because they can't then nobody else can. They would rather accept fictional characters instead of real superhumans with supernatural abilities. Hate is stronger & easier to express so is jealousy.
    Accepting such strength makes some feel weak. People would rather face entertaining lies than painful truths.

  3. Eliud: Honey where shall we put all these international metals of gold and silvers.

    Wife: Let me stick a nail on the wall and you can just hang them there. Make sure they are out of the view so they dont become a conversational pieces.

  4. I would like to think that if this fine effort had been run in America, there would have been as big of a crowd of watchers, chearing fans, and others watching him run this race. What a great effort to see. Hopefully someone will do it soon in a regular race.

  5. A humble human being & an excellent teacher to the human race. I love & Respect this guy. I always feel so relaxed listening to him & emotional too. God bless u Eliot ❤️ 🇰🇪 🙌🏾

  6. He talks as if he is writing a book, not with a pen but with his speech. He is a legend in the leagues of Muhammad Ali, Michael Jordan, Pele etc. And the thought that he comes from my country gives me the chills…

  7. Le top..un homme simple une vie de famille simple..et beaucoup de sacrifices durant des années pour être " blindé" mais il garde les pied sur terre..j avais des préjugés a la con sur ceux qui grâce au sport deviennent matérialiste..eluid kipchoge est un contre exemple et sait d ou on vient..lui!!!!!!😉👍 i hope see you

  8. Well done Sir Kipchoge, usually they get Knighthood. Its amazing what feats we can achieve as long as we have the determination, focus and discipline. I am feeling a lot challenged, I have been doing about 3.6km in 30 minutes twice a week, and feeling very proud of myself!

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