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”
— Simon Bairu (@SimonBairu) May 6, 2017
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.