Solidifying his status among the greatest marathoners in history, Eliud Kipchoge added to his list of accomplishments running a 2:00:25 non-record eligible marathon on Saturday. Hours after the Breaking2 attempt, sponsored by Nike, Kipchoge, 32, showed off another one of his talents: DJing.

Simon Bairu, a former Canadian record holder in the 10,000m, posted an awesome photo to Twitter captioning it, “2:00:25 in the morning, DJ in the evening. #breaking2 @EliudKipchoge #GOAT”

It appears as though the fastest marathon time in history didn’t tire Kipchoge, the 2016 Olympic marathon champion, out too much later in the day after the Breaking2 attempt began at 5:45 a.m. local time.

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