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THE INEOS 1:59 PERFORMANCE BLUEPRINT

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On 12th October 2019 in Vienna, Austria, Eliud Kipchoge and INEOS made history.

Kipchoge, following a perfectly executed strategy devised by Sir Dave Brailsford and the INEOS 1:59 Performance Team, became the first person to achieve the barrier-breaking sub-two-hour marathon, finishing in a remarkable time of 1:59:40.2. Relive the historical INEOS 1:59 Challenge here:

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Eliud Kipchoge - INEOS challenge

THE PERFORMANCE STRATEGY

Kipchoge’s historic time was run following a perfectly executed strategy focussed on optimising key performance impact areas. The Challenge was led by Sir Dave Brailsford and an elite team of carefully selected experts. The 1:59 performance blueprint is laid bare here.

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THE PERFORMANCE STRATEGY

Kipchoge’s historic time was run following a perfectly executed strategy focussed on optimising key performance impact areas. The Challenge was led by Sir Dave Brailsford and an elite team of carefully selected experts. The 1:59 performance blueprint is laid bare here.

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EDUCATION RESOURCES

Three new education resources, by INEOS STEM CREW, are available to download for free now for young people aged 11-16, inspired by the maths, physics and biology behind the world’s first sub-two-hour marathon.

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EDUCATION RESOURCES

Three new education resources, by INEOS STEM CREW, are available to download for free now for young people aged 11-16, inspired by the maths, physics and biology behind the world’s first sub-two-hour marathon.

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The Daily Mile

Eliud Kipchoge is an Ambassador of The Daily Mile, a free and simple initiative for schools which helps improve the social, emotional and mental health and wellbeing of children as well as their fitness. Accompanied by their teacher, every child goes outside for just 15 minutes every day to run or jog, at their own pace, with their classmates – everyone is involved.

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The Daily Mile

Eliud Kipchoge is an Ambassador of The Daily Mile, a free and simple initiative for schools which helps improve the social, emotional and mental health and wellbeing of children as well as their fitness. Accompanied by their teacher, every child goes outside for just 15 minutes every day to run or jog, at their own pace, with their classmates – everyone is involved.

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