Kiftum, Marathon 2 Hours 00 minutes 35 seconds [sport]

Kiftum, Marathon 2 Hours 00 minutes 35 seconds… “The Only Routine is Eating, Sleeping, and Running”

Becoming the first human to break the 2 hour, 1 minute barrier at the Chicago Marathon... Expectations for ‘Sub 2’ ↑

Coach Gervais Hakizimana (36) introduced the daily routine of Kelvin Kiftum (23, Kenya), who became the first person in human history to run a full marathon course (42.195 km) in 2 hours and 1 minute, as “just eat, sleep, and run.”

Even when the coach warns, “If you continue like this, your career as a player will end in five years,” Kiftum keeps running and running.

Kiftum set a new marathon world record of 2 hours, 00 minutes and 35 seconds through extreme training, running 300 km a week. 온라인카지노사이트

At the 2023 Chicago Marathon held in Chicago, Illinois, USA on the 8th (local time), Kiftum ran the 42.195km full course in 2 hours, 00 minutes and 35 seconds.

It is a new world record, beating the previous record of 2 hours 01 minutes 09 seconds set by Eliud Kipchoge (38, Kenya) at the Berlin Marathon in September last year by 34 seconds.

The Chicago Marathon was Kiftum's third full marathon event.

Kiftum emerged as a world-class marathoner by recording a time of 2 hours, 01 minutes and 53 seconds at the Valencia Marathon on December 4, 2022, and four months later, on April 23 of this year, at the London Marathon, he recorded a 'second place record' of 2 hours, 01 minutes and 25 seconds.

It received more attention by establishing.

In less than five months, Kiftum has shortened his own record by 50 seconds and is now the 'all-time number one men's marathon'.

The world track and field world, which ranked Kipchoge as the number one person to achieve the world marathon's long-awaited goal of achieving 'sub 2' (running the full marathon course in under 2 hours), is turning its attention to Kelvin Kiptum, born in 1999.

Coach Hakizimana told AFP: "Kiftum trains too much. I told

him, 'If he continues like this, his career as a player could be over in five years.

They advise, ‘You need to reduce your training for the rest of your career,’ but Kiftum doesn’t want to stop training,” he said.

“All he does all day is eat, sleep, and run.”

He said, “He trained for a long time.

When he needs to increase his distance, Kipchoge runs 180 to 220 km a week.

“Kiftum runs 250 to 280 km a week, and sometimes over 300 km a week,” he said.

“While preparing for the London Marathon, I ran over 300 km a week for three weeks.

“When Kiftum shows signs of fatigue, we rest for a while, but he rarely gets tired,” he added.

Coach Hakizimana first met Kiftum in Chefkorio, Kenya, 10 years ago.

At the time, Kiftum raised sheep and goats.

Kiftum Together with his friends, Tum took track and field lessons from Coach Hakizimana from Rwanda, and has been competing in international half marathon competitions since 2018. In 2021, when the novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19) was rampant,

Coach Hakizimana and Keef Tum stayed in Kenya and did full-scale marathon training.

Kiftum, who ran his first full marathon in December 2022, set the marathon world record in about 10 months.

Coach Hakizimana told Kiftum, "It's really only a month now. “I need to rest,” he emphasized, adding, “Kiftum will listen to me this time.”
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