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Kenyan runner Kipchoge eyes Olympic gold medal hat-trick

By Reuters
15 April 2024   |   3:22 am
Kenyan long-distance runner Eliud Kipchoge told Reuters on Thursday (April 11) that he expects to make history at the 2024 Games in Paris with a third consecutive Olympic marathon gold medal.

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