How Gabriel Geay broke the greatest marathoner of all-time Eliud Kipchoge

Eliud Kipchoge takes gold in Tokyo.Credit: Getty

“Boston marathon, there was a lot of pressure there because of Eliud, and a lot of people following and watching the Boston marathon,” Geay said.

“It was my first time racing with Kipchoge, other than the Olympics. But I was injured so I didn’t think I could compete with him and I didn’t finish. But in Boston, I thought I could compete with Eliud Kipchoge and I could show how good I am.

“I say this field is very strong and there are…

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