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Kenya’s Kipchoge, Arsene Wenger, Novak Djokovic Win Big at 2019 Laureus Awards

World marathon record holder, Kenya’s Eliud Kipchoge, former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger and tennis star Novak Djokovic were among winners at the 2019 Laureus Sports Awards.

Kipchoge who broke the marathon record in April last year was given the Laureus Academy Exceptional Achievement Award.

“A running world is a peaceful world, a sporting world is a healthy world, a sporting world is wealthy world, a sporting world is an enjoyable world,” he said to applause after receiving his award.

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