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[Zhan Jianjian/Comprehensive Report]Berlin Horse is indeed a holy place for breaking world records! 37-year-old Kenyan runner Eliud Kipchoge not only broke his own world record in the Berlin Marathon, but also advanced by as much as 30 seconds in one fell swoop! The 37-year-old Kenyan crossed the finish line in 2 hours 1 minute 9 seconds, 30 seconds ahead of the previous record set in the German capital four years ago. He was 1 minute 20 seconds behind compatriot Dennis Kimetto’s 2014 record of 2:02:57 in Berlin. “I’m happy with my preparation and I think I’m so fast because of teamwork. It’s all about teamwork,” he said. “It’s my family that motivates me, I want to inspire young people. Sports Bringing people together, that’s what motivates me.” On a cloudy day in Berlin, Kipchoge has won 15 of his 17 career marathons, finishing 59 in the 26.2-mile race. He completed the half in 51 seconds, leading to the belief that he might be the first to break both records. He ran a marathon of less than two hours in Vienna in 2019. However, this was not confirmed as an official world record, as it was listed as an unofficial record because it was not an open competition.When asked if he would attempt a run of less than two hours in Berlin next year, Kipchogey replied: “Let’s plan another day. I will celebrate the record and