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Geoffrey Mutai

April 9, 2012

Geoffrey Mutai was the best marathoner in the world in 2011, winning both Boston and New York in course record times.  In this BBC article he gives some small insight into his training:

“I don’t have a coach, I train myself,” he said. “I train with a group when I go to my camp and I train again with another group.

“Depending on the programme and the day, maybe sometimes we go 35km per day, but most of the time we are up to 260km a week. Sometimes it is more. The training is everything for me.”

Mutai is running 150-160 mi/wk.

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