Here’s what Eliud Kipchoge wore to break the marathon world record

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On Sunday, Eliud Kipchoge smashed the current marathon world record in an official time of 2:01:39. Shaving a full minute and 18 seconds off the previous mark, Kipchoge had some speedy gear to match, crossing the Berlin finish line in head-to-toe Swoosh apparel.

He's come a long way since his shoes fell apart at the Berlin Marathon in 2015 and so has his wardrobe. While we can’t help you cop his official Nike race kit, we rounded up a few Eliud-inspired picks—fit for WRs and PBs alike: 

Nike Pro Elite Sleeves

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Slide on these lightly compressive sleeves to get your blood pumping on chilly race mornings—without adding bulk or covering up your bib.

Nike Miler Tank 

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Lightweight and sweat-wicking, the polyester Miler tank breathes like a race-day singlet.

Nike Pro Compression Shorts 

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Whether you layer up or flash ’em on their own, Nike’s chafe-free spandex offer sleek and speedy miles.

Maurten Drink Mix 160 and Gel 100

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Kipchoge’s mid-marathon rocket fuel is Maurten—both its sports drink mix, an energizing and hydrating formula that packs 40 grams of fast-absorbing carbs per serving, and newly released gels. While Kipchoge had personalized bottles of drink mix delivered to him on the course, you’ll find the convenience of Maurten’s small gel packets more practical for your long runs and races.

Nike Zoom Fly Flyknit

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Kipchoge’s official world record kicks were Zoom Vaporfly 4% Flyknits, but you’ll have to wait until 1st October to snag a pair. In the meantime, you can lace up their close cousin, the Zoom Fly Flyknit, which borrows the same lightweight woven upper, or if you can't get your hands on those either, the Zoom Fly.

A version of this article appeared on Runner's World US