Learning From the Greats — Eliud Kipchoge

“Sometimes I dream of running fast and being beaten on the line, then I wake up and realise it was just a dream.”
— Eliud Kipchoge

Even the greats have doubts. Kipchoge might be the greatest of all-time. I remember watching him win Gold in the 5000 meters at the 2003 World Championships at the age of 18. Now, all of these years later he is still beating all challengers.

You can’t be great for that long without consistency and professionalism. Kipchoge is the model of both.


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