It's no secret that Eliud Kipchoge is a marathon master—he has proved his supremacy in the distance time and again. And on Sunday, Sept. 16, in Berlin, the Kenyan runner achieved his own personal best and smashed the previous world record, and cemented himself as the "Greatest of All Time."
Finishing in 2:01:39, breaking the world record by 78 seconds — the largest margin in more than 50 years—Kipchoge showed that staying dedicated to a crazy dream dedication pays off. He started out at a blistering pace, and at just over 45 minutes in was alone at the head of the pack. When he finished the race, he was more than five minutes ahead of the next competitor.