In Berlin, brilliant Eliud Kipchoge breaks his personal marathon record.
He cut a minute off his previous world record established in the German city four years earlier by winning the Berlin event in 2:01.09.
The 37-year-old, who has already triumphed in 15 of his 17 career marathons, two Olympic victories, and ten major championships,
Kipchoge declared, "I am satisfied with my preparation, and I believe I was so quick due of the collaboration.
Belihu eventually fell behind as Kipchoge continued to go for the record at about the 17-Mile point.
Despite having slowed down a little in the latter stages of the race, he ran the final 500 metres with great force.