Watching cleanly as her husband Eliud Kipchoge tackle London marathon course on Sunday afternoon, she believes her husband will one day break the world record.
Grace Sugut, the wife to Olympic marathon champion Kipchoge said that her husband will one day break the world record since he is a stronger man.
Speaking in Eldoret after watching 2018 London marathon where her husband won the title for three times, Sugut cheered on from the start to the finish line, clapping each time her husband led the race.
“I am very hopeful that my husband will break the world record before hanging his spikes. He even called me this morning before taking on the world and told me never to worry since he was goi ng to win,” said Sugut.
After switching from track, Kipchoge has won the race in 2015 and defended in 2016, Berlin 2017 but his wife, just like any other fan, is optimistic of a world record.
“The way he runs, he motivates and makes everyone happy. With that he has what it takes to become the best marathon of all time,” added Sugut.