Kelvin Kiptum has already started preparations for his next race as he looks to write history one more time.
Reigning Chicago Marathon champion Kelvin Kiptum is a man on a mission as he resumes training for his next assignment.
The 23-year-old has been the talk of town recently after shattering Eliud Kipchoge’s world record and snippets of his race still remain glued in the minds of the masses.
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Marathon great Eliud Kipchoge and sensation Kelvin Kiptum will not be waiting for long before knowing if they have been selected to represent Kenya at the Paris 2024 Olympics
He is already plotting a return to the roads and he revealed in a post on his Instagram page that he has already started training for the same.
In the post, Kiptum said: “The preparation for my next marathon has started. From running in the woods in Europe to running in the streets of Kenya, preparation is key and fun!”
The reigning London Marathon champion made his full marathon debut last year in the streets of Valencia. He clocked 2:01:53 to win the race, clocking the fastest debut ever in history.
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Kelvin Kiptum has shared his ambitions of making sure he continues running for the next 10 or 15 years and win as many races as he can.
Kiptum was not yet done writing history as he took his form to the London Marathon. He clocked 2:01:25 to win the race. The time he posted was the second-fastest time in the history of marathon running.
The father of two then proceeded to the Chicago Marathon in October where he took the whole world to a standstill. Kiptum clocked 2:00:35 to completely shatter Eliud Kipchoge’s world record time of 2:01:09.