AS THE 2022 EDITION of the Berlin Marathon rolls up, check out this rewind. Almost 50 years after Bob Beamon extended the long jump World Record by 21¾ inches, Eliud Kipchoge produced a Beamonesque effort on the streets of Berlin (September 16, 2018), taking 78 seconds off Dennis Kimetto’s 2014 World Record to clock a spectacular 2:01:39.
“Professor Marathon,” Sean Hartnett, drew up a map of the Kenyan great’s run and it is chock full of illuminating details.
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Kenenisa Bekele’s 2:01:41 Berlin Run In 2019