Reigning World marathon record holder Eliud Kipchoge was feted with Isuzu D-Max double cabin following his Berlin marathon win on September 16th.
Kipchoge who lowerd the 2:02.57 set by Dennis Kimetto to 2:01.39 said his focus is to better his running career before hanging his spikes.
“My focus was to break the world record which I achieved in Berlin. For now and concentrating on body recovery and think of anything else later,” said the Olympic games marathon champion.
The reigning London marathon winner attributed his winning ways to his coach Patrick Sang, the 1992 Olympic games silver medallist.
“Winning in all these races I salute my coach Sang who has nurtured my talent since and if any runner wants to be like he should be coached by Sang,” added Kipchoge during the Isuzu D-max double at Eldoret sports club.