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What Happened to This Marathon Winner Will Have You Seeing Red


"Idiot spectator."

Wilson Kipsang of Kenya (2nd R) crosses the finish line behind a disrupter at the 40th Berlin marathon, September 29, 2013. Kipsang set the world men's marathon record on Sunday when he clocked two hours two minutes 23 seconds in Berlin. (Photo: REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz)

Running through that ribbon stretched over the finish line is the most triumphant moment for any runner.

It was this ribbon that Wilson Kipsang from Kenya was speeding toward as he neared the end of the 40th Berlin Marathon where he would not only win, but set a new world record for the 26.2-mile race.

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