Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya won the 2022 Berlin Marathon on September 25

Eliud Kipchoge sets a world record of 2:01:09, as many had predicted. 

His previous world record, 2:01:39, which he set in 2018, was surpassed by 30 seconds at the finish line.

In his career of 19 marathon starts, Kipchoge's triumph was his fourth in Berlin and 17th overall (including two on non-record-eligible demo races).

The 37-year-old Kipchoge won by nearly five minutes and led from start to finish.

Kenyan Mark Korir finalized second in 2:05:58. Ethiopian Tadu Abate ended third in 2:06:28.

The two-time Olympic winner performed another marathon running 

a masterclass with optimum 55-degree weather on his side.

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