Three days after he made history in Vienna, Austria, Kenya’s marathon icon Eliud Kipchoge is still a trending topic of discussion around the world, and more so, on social media platforms.

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On Monday, Kenyans on Twitter came out in numbers to hail Kipchoge’s remarkable feat of human endurance through the hashtag #EliudTaughtMe.

With over 2700 tweets in just a few hours, inspired Twitter users listed some of the valuable lessons they learned as Kipchoge became the first human in recorded history to complete a marathon in under 2 hours.

Not even an article titled, The Greatest, Fakest World Record by Paul Bisceglio, an associate editor at The Atlantic, could stop Kenyans from appreciating what Kipchoge’s incredible achievement run means to them.

Below we have sampled some of the reactions on #EliudTaughtMe.