Eliud Kipchoge has shattered his own marathon world record on Sunday, with a time of 2:01:09, to win the Berlin marathon.
It's the second time the Kenyan runner has set the official men's world record at the race in the German capital.
Kipchoge's previous best in an official 42.2km race was 2:01:39 set on the same course in 2018.
He won the Berlin Marathon for the fourth time.
Kipchoge is a two-time Olympic marathon champion (2016, 2020).