Get to know Kipsang with the FloFilm Driven series from 2015, when he was preparing to race Kimetto at the 2015 London Marathon. Barely two years earlier, Kipsang had broken the world record with a 2:03:23 win at the 2013 Berlin Marathon only to see it go down the following year. FloTrack went to Kenya to film this inside look at the training and lifestyle of one of the world's best marathoners of all time.
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Editor's Note: Eliud Kipchoge would win the 2015 London Marathon in 2:04:42; Kipsang would place second in 2:04:47 and world record holder Dennis Kimetto would place third in 2:05:50.
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