Making his comeback from injury, the top athlete set a world-leading time of one minute 43.34 seconds. For all his effort and hard work, Rudisha took time off to relax in style.
He was in Monaco, where he is set to compete again before returning to Glasgow for the common wealth games, enjoying the weather and busking in the sun and he was keen to let the world know while wishing his fellow Kenyan athlete Asbel Kiprop all the best in the 1500m race.
Here’s what he posted on twitter
— David Rudisha MBS (@rudishadavid) July 17, 2014