Kipjog Marathon “Break 2”, becoming the first person in human history
Kipjog set a new record for all mankind. Figure / Event Official Social Media Beijing News (Reporter Xu Bangyin) This afternoon Beijing time, the “1:59 Challenge” event was held as scheduled in the Prater Park in Vienna, Austria. With the cooperation of 41 pacers, KipchoGrid crossed the finish line in 1 hour 59 minutes and 40 seconds and became the first marathon runner in human history to run for 2 hours.Although the record is not recognized by the IAAF because it is not an official race, after all, Kipjog said before the game that this is a return to the history of human marathon.In an interview with Sauna and Yeewang in November 2018, Kipjog bluntly stated that the human marathon will soon “break 2”, and less than a year later, Kipjog personally made history.For this challenge, the event organizer and Kipjog are fully prepared.The official official start time of the race was not determined until a few hours before the game, in order to choose a most favorable weather window; the slope of the track is smaller, the straights are more, which is conducive to Kipjorg stable; 41 people are invitedThe advanced luxury pacemaker is also to ensure that Kipjog achieves his goal in the most scientific and reasonable way.After the official start of the race, in the cheering of many spectators on the scene, a team of 7 pacers surrounded Kip Jorg to ensure that they were in the best running state, and the guide car on the track was always marked to let KipGeorg and the pacer run on the most reasonable route, while allowing the pace to stabilize at 2 minutes and 50 seconds per kilometer.It takes 28 minutes and 28 seconds in 10 kilometers and 56 minutes and 47 seconds in 20 kilometers. During the game, the predicted completion time is always about 1 hour, 59 minutes and 50 seconds. In the end, Kipjog lived up to expectations, and the clock became 2:00.It crossed the finish line before 00 seconds and became the first person in the history of human marathon to “break 2”.

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