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Kenya's Geoffrey Kirui has cut short his holiday to start preparations so that he can be in the form of his life to defend the Boston Marathon title. Kirui said he is determined to win a second Boston Marathon title.
"I know it will not be easy this year because every runner will want to beat me. Winning a second Boston Marathon title attracts me," Kirui told KweséESPN.
The 2018 Boston Marathon (April 16) is going to have one of the best fields ever. The 24-year old who is training in the Kenyan town of Eldoret, said that he embarked on a training programme that worked wonders last year and he believes it will help him be in the best form.
"It is always very tough winning a Marathon title for two straight years, but I am very determined and hungry to make this happen," he added.
Kirui said he decided not to think about the Commonwealth Games and opted out because his key focus is winning the Boston Marathon again.(02/18/2018) Views: 1,545 ⚡AMP