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Flashback: Dennis Kimetto Sets World Record 2:02:57 At 2014 Berlin Marathon

Flashback: Dennis Kimetto Sets World Record 2:02:57 At 2014 Berlin Marathon
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The best men's marathon field in history is assembled for this Sunday's Berlin Marathon, where Eliud Kipchoge, Kenenisa Bekele, and Wilson Kipsang will chase Dennis Kimetto's world record of 2:02:57.

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To get ready for the big event, let's rewind the tape back to 2014 to watch Kimetto become the first man to break 2:03 over 26.2 miles. He also led Emmanuel Mutai under the old world record in 2:03:13, which still ranks as the fourth-fastest time ever recorded.

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