The world of the marathon has been left in shock after four-time marathon champion Eliud Kipchoge failed to defend his London Marathon title.
Kipchoge also registered his worst personal record outside Olympics in the Sunday afternoon race.
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The great marathoner began struggling after the 35km mark, something the athletic world hasn’t witnessed in his decorated career on the roads.
The race was won by 24-year old Ethiopian athlete Shura Kitata with Kenya’s Vincent Kipchumba second.