World men’s marathon record holder Eliud Kipchoge on Sunday won the Mission Marathon in Enschede, Holland.
Kipchoge finished the 42km race run at the Twente Airport in 2:04:29.
“The marathon was the real test towards Tokyo and is a good marathon to happen before the Olympics, I am going back to Kenya and see how my training will become,” Eliud spoke after the marathon.
Jonathan Korir clocked 2:06.40 to finish second. Eritrea’s Goitom Kifle finished third 2:08.27.