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On Saturday morning in Vienna, Austria, Eliud Kipchoge, the world's finest marathoner , became the first person in history to run 26.2 miles in under two hours .
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The first time Kipchoge chased the sub-two-hour marathon, he did it wearing a special edition of Nike's Vaporfly 4%, a shoe the company claimed could make runners 4 percent more efficient on their feet.
Throughout the IAAF World Athletics Championships, WIRED's editor in chief, Nicholas Thompson, will be chatting with Knox Robinson, the former editor in chief of the Fader and founder of the Black Roses running club in NYC.You’re a decent marathoner, but I’m more impressed that you’ve turned WIRED into the best running magazine out there.
Personally, I’m thinking, “Hey, I won New York; I won a silver medal; you’re making a mistake.” And then I just said, you know what, I need to control my destiny here.
Most marathon courses finish roughly where they start, meaning that the wind will likely blow in your face as frequently as it blows at your back.
And that’s how I set out on a quest to understand the deeper science of running, aging, and performance.I got on a conference call with three experts—Brett Kirby, a sports scientist with the calm demeanor and seeming wisdom of Obi-Wan; Stephen Finley, a big-hearted coach who nearly made the Olympic trials in the steeplechase; and Joe Holder, a physical trainer and former University of Pennsylvania wide receiver whose other clients include Naomi Campbell.I told them how I’d worked out in the past and what my goals were.