2015 Berlin Marathon Race Highlight
Eliud Kipchoge completed the Berlin Marathon today in 2:04:01, the fastest time in the world for 2015 and the 11th-fastest marathon performance all-time. It was his fourth straight marathon victory after winning London this spring, Chicago (2014) and Rotterdam (2014). The time also nipped his previous best set in 2013 in Berlin, where he finished second to Wilson Kipsang in 2:04:05.
In the womenÃ¢Â€Â™s race, Kenyan Gladys Cherono broke the 2:20 barrier in only her second career marathon (almost breaking the Berlin course record of 2:19:12!) by running 2:19:25 for the win.