Kipchoge set a new world record in completed the course around the German capital with a time of 2 hours, 1 minute, 39 seconds, beating his compatriot Dennis Kimetto's 2014 marathon time of 2:02:57, reports Efe news.
"The winning time is official, and it is another second faster: 2:01:39 for Eliud Kipchoge! Congratulations!" tweeted the race's organizers after his provisional time was bettered by one second.
The women's race also proved victorious for Kenya, with Cherono clinching a win and a new course record with a time of 2:18:10.
She was followed by Ethiopian athletes Ruti Aga (2:18:34) and Tirunesh Dibaba (2:18:55).
Some 44,000 runners were signed up for Sunday's 42-kilometer (26-mile) marathon that culminates at the iconic Brandenburg Gate.
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