Beyond Belief with Eliud Kipchoge, COROS Athlete

Fri February 19 - Sun February 28 Baltimore, MD 21224 US
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How far can you go in 1:59:40?

In October 2019, Eliud Kipchoge became the first human ever to break the two-hour mark in the marathon, when he ran a 1:59:40 at the INEOS 1:59 Challenge in Vienna, Austria. That day, he embodied his own mantra: "No Human Is Limited."

This week, Believe in the Run was lucky enough to sit down and have a conversation with Eliud about his belief – in himself and in his running, and how that belief has driven him in the past and has prepared him to change the history of his sport.

To celebrate our conversation with Eliud, we've partnered with COROS for a 10-day challenge to finish the month of February. We're asking you to run 1:59:40 (just under two hours) and log your miles on the event leaderboard. Run your miles in one shot, run them over a dozen runs – it's up to you. For some, this is a Saturday long run. For others, it's the most they've run in months. But we want you to get out there and see how far you can run in 1 hour, 59 minutes, and 40 seconds. That's it.

The best part about this? This event is totally FREE. Even better, by signing up you'll be registered to win one of THREE (3) COROS PACE 2 GPS watches, winner of the best overall watch of 2020 in our annual Best In Gear awards. 

When you register, you'll also get some awesome custom-made Instagram posts and stories to post in your feed. One more thing: Don't forget to search "Believe in the Run" in your Instagram stickers and make sure you tag us and @corosglobal and use the hashtag #beyondbelief.

Thanks for joining us in this fun event, now go and run your 1:59 with the Greatest Of All Time!

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