Double Rotterdam marathon champion Marius Kipserem has fully recovered and is ready to bounce back on the roads after his car rolled when he was going to pick his kids from School.
The accident which happened in February this year was not fatal but it affected his back though his running legs were not hurt.
KIpserem who paced Eliud Kipchoge at the Ineos 1:59 Challenge has started training and says that he is in top shape and fitness as he plans to compete in either the Chicago or London marathon before the year ends.
“After Rotterdam, I started training slowly, hoping to run either Chicago or London marathons. For now, I am not sure but am still waiting for an invitation. But the accident was not that fatal. It happened when I was going to pick children from school so I rolled my car, of which I was affected and failed to train well. The accident affected my back but it did not affect my leg. Now I am very well, in good condition, training well, ready for the next race,” said Kipserem.
The 34 year-old who is the 2018 Abu Dhabi marathon champion, is credited in winning the Rotterdam marathon twice, Hefei Marathon and competing at Milan, London and many marathons across the world