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  • Published on Oct 12, 2019
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    Join us live as Eliud Kipchoge attempts to break the last barrier in modern athletics...the 2 hour marathon.
    Eliud wants to inspire others to believe they can overcome their own personal barriers. He believes that #NoHumanIsLimited.
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  • Guilherme Paula
    Guilherme Paula 6 hours ago

    e o cara termina dando risada mano..

  • the weightlifter known as bobwl btwl

    E. K. = greatest runner ever! Shalane Flangan = worst announcer ever!

  • Vibe Lover FANerd3214 2020

    3:01:30 thank me

  • SAS 001
    SAS 001 13 days ago

    Start 1:01:50

  • Halil Karakuş
    Halil Karakuş 16 days ago

    I am running at 5:30 pace XD

  • Halil Karakuş
    Halil Karakuş 16 days ago

    thats insane !

  • Wantai
    Wantai 24 days ago

    A month later and I still can't stop watching this. Tears in my eyes. He truly is a G.O.A.T!!!! Bless you Kipchoge. BLESS YOU!!!

  • Ama Jang
    Ama Jang 25 days ago +1

    my man still running after the race. wow. respect

  • Jose perez
    Jose perez Month ago

    congratulations,and i wish you a happy birthday,
    { Eliud Kipchoge}

  • Nhã Nguyễn
    Nhã Nguyễn Month ago

    s = 42 km
    t = 1:59 (2:00)
    v = 42 : 2 = 21 km/h

  • teddy mweu
    teddy mweu Month ago +4

    Happy birthday Eliud. May you live long to see someone else break that record.

  • 유현봉
    유현봉 Month ago

    1:01:54 start
    3:01:27 finish

  • Cynthia Kendi
    Cynthia Kendi Month ago +1

    He’s already broke the record but I’m still panicking at 155 😩😩😩♥️

  • soufiane soufiane
    soufiane soufiane Month ago

    حاول ان تجري بسرعة 21 كم و احسب عدد الدقائق التي تستطيع تحملها لتفهم يا صديقي ماذا حدث للتو 😂 تحية احترام و تقدير للبطل' ايليود كيبشوغي ' على هذا الانجاز التاريخي العظيم

  • Zakd
    Zakd Month ago

    When i saw this randomly on a tv i was like wtf.

  • Doge van Wowe
    Doge van Wowe Month ago

    Imagine how fast his splits was in the last few hundred meters... my fastest split was barely reaching his normal pace. 😳😳 this man is a legend.

  • ludo drezet
    ludo drezet Month ago

    À quoi servent les 2 coureurs derrière lui ?

  • Troy Stein
    Troy Stein Month ago

    I am astonished that 2500 people disliked this example of greatness. The level of brilliance displayed for humanity was a gift. There was no mention of a race or world record from the very beginning.
    The last time I checked when Neil Armstrong landed on the moon he was assisted by many, many people involved to achieve that brilliance. Leudo declares that a brilliant team were required to achieve greatness of this magnitude which for the ignorant is sadly ignored. For the smart people that appreciated this human endeavour we will never forget this day for the rest of our lives. 🙏

  • Markov Soh
    Markov Soh Month ago

    When a women says “I’m an educated, smart, strong and independent women..”
    all the good men run faster than kipchoge without the need for pacers

  • Jakkrapat Khiawdee
    Jakkrapat Khiawdee Month ago

    I'm here to tell him that "you're superhuman"
    Nike Running Shoes EK159 limited edition

  • yackawaytube
    yackawaytube Month ago +1

    Spoiler: 03:01:29

  • wobster109
    wobster109 Month ago

    Whooo! Awesome! What were the other choreographed finishes? Like, if his projected time had been 2:00:05, what would the pacemakers have done?

  • Red Pill
    Red Pill Month ago +3

    I keep coming back to rewatch this♥️♥️♥️♥️What an inspiration! No human is limited.

  • 배재영
    배재영 Month ago

    다음 생에 사람으로 환생하면 또 달리고 싶어요.

  • Phil C
    Phil C Month ago

    Kind of takes away from the guy that runs sub 2hr officially in the future.

    • Phil C
      Phil C Month ago

      @wobster109 how many practic runs have a huge tv crew with an ineos sponsor in a barricaded course making news all over the world?

    • wobster109
      wobster109 Month ago +1

      Phil C It does not! Think of it like doing it in practice. Everyone who breaks a weightlifting record has done it before in practice. Everyone who breaks a swimming record has done it in practice. It’s important to do it in practice, and to hear of other people doing it, so you know it’s possible.

  • quinn liam marc ramjohn

    1:01:54
    Marathon starts

  • Jon Reynolds
    Jon Reynolds Month ago

    What a crock! Wind breakers, AND a pace car!!! This is not a marathon. It's not even a race.

  • ITzPGS
    ITzPGS Month ago

    What about those behind him? They managed to do it under 2 hours as well, or am I wrong??

  • Huggy Bear
    Huggy Bear Month ago

    mmmmm not very sure about a NEW RECORD because marathon was aided, drag reduced by pace makers reversed v formation, no one competed against him, aided by laser pace makers, drinks handed to him from bike instead of picking drinks himself from road side ushers so it was all aided, however I AM VERY VERY VERY PROUD OF ELIUD, WELL DONE AND KEEP IT UP!!

  • D
    D Month ago +1

    Quite nice, but if it's not on strava it didn't happen. Sorry.

  • Frank Hamed
    Frank Hamed Month ago

    Respect legendary Kipchoge 🙌

  • hyou zan ren
    hyou zan ren Month ago

    Damn! My legs is short... I can never be able to run 🏃💨🏃💨 21km/h without doubling my max pace!

    • SANKU
      SANKU Month ago

      it doesn't matter if you are short or tall. Being short means we have better cadence than tall people so we can keep up with them with higher leg turnover

  • arai kazuki
    arai kazuki Month ago

    GOD !!!!!!!!!!!

  • iceage iceage
    iceage iceage Month ago +2

    Kipchoge is worth $1billion dollars to Nike. They need to pay the man. They pay Jordan, Lebron, Tiger over a half a billion for wearing a shoe that does not reflect the true functioning of Nike. its supposed to be a running shoe and Kip for all his accomplishments Nike should sign him 1billion deal. Kip has accomplished what no human has accomplished. Nike pay the man

  • K. Zhu
    K. Zhu Month ago +2

    For Americans, that is around 13.1 miles per hour

  • ScanProfit GT
    ScanProfit GT Month ago

    5th time watching.

  • IgghhttBro
    IgghhttBro Month ago

    Imagine if 1 of the pacers didn’t switch out the whole time and beat him😂

  • Nicky SanToro
    Nicky SanToro Month ago

    1:39:50 Julian 1:45:06 2:57:50 2:59:49 3:01:09

  • Extraterrestrial Elephant

    They should try this type of stuff with other track and field races, it would really bring some new life into the sport. Imagine if they created ideal situations to go under the 19 second mark in the 200m. Like having a strong backwind, or counting premature starts (where the runner kind of guesses when the gun will go off. Even though that would currently disqualify the runner.).

  • Steve Tonga
    Steve Tonga Month ago

    Eliud, thank you ❤

  • Raw Thinking
    Raw Thinking Month ago

    he is not even sweating lol

  • ASMRtist
    ASMRtist Month ago

    could a dog run along?

    • SANKU
      SANKU Month ago +1

      @ASMRtist dogs dont sweat like us, they pant which is very inefficient. Humans are the best distance running animals on the planet. Yes even couch potatoes with a bit of training can run long distances, humans two natural superpowers are running endurance and our brains...

    • ASMRtist
      ASMRtist Month ago

      @SANKU I figure a properly trained dog should outperform humans. Of course not every breed has what it takes though.

    • SANKU
      SANKU Month ago

      no it would die

  • kam nuon
    kam nuon Month ago

    Who the hell are those 2.4K haters disliking this inspiring athlete and humble human being?!?! Put down the chips and fries... try going for a run!!

  • S Gunna
    S Gunna Month ago

    One small step for Kipchoge, one giant step for mankind..:

  • USA a gun ridden slaughterhouse

    his wife weighs twice as much as him?

    • SANKU
      SANKU Month ago +1

      thats true for all distance runners....

  • ferds yabes
    ferds yabes Month ago

    amazing

  • Markov Soh
    Markov Soh Month ago

    Why can’t any women compete with kipchoge

  • Henrik Hovhannisyan

    i did the half marathon of Elche in 1 hour, 36 minuts. But im not a runner, im a boxer.

  • Camuzo Nanzen
    Camuzo Nanzen Month ago

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but didnt the guys running beside him also break the 2:00 limit?

  • ProPique
    ProPique Month ago +1

    Where is Haile the great?

  • evs251
    evs251 Month ago +1

    They all ran under 2 hour not just this kipcoka guy

    • SANKU
      SANKU Month ago +1

      5k rotations

  • evs251
    evs251 Month ago +1

    DOPING

  • Abraham Velasco
    Abraham Velasco Month ago

    WHO IN THE HELL DISLIKED THIS

  • Peter Mburu
    Peter Mburu Month ago +1

    A proud moment for my country man kipchoge,and humanity at large,yes it's possible to run on a trademill at 20km/h for 2hours or less. Yes
    you can run.

  • Benjamin
    Benjamin Month ago

    Anyone know the song playing from 2:50:55 to 2:51:20?

  • jonhoward180
    jonhoward180 Month ago

    2,400 people dislike watching possibly the greatest achievement in athletics history. Hmmm...

  • Jazzper79
    Jazzper79 Month ago

    I don't know why they think the pace is so beautiful executed by the pacers? 1:49:12 - I mean there is a car in front of them holding a very steady pace lol

  • ProPique
    ProPique Month ago +2

    For some reason I wanted to count his running steps...

  • ProPique
    ProPique Month ago

    How much harder does he have to work to get his own Nike shoes production line?

  • Domenico Bartoccioni

    Today at the gym I run 5km in half an hour... was embarassing..