He's also out to honor Wilson Kipketer.
Not surprisingly, it's in Kenya.
He wants to smash a seven-year-old stadium mark.
He is back in action after being sidelined due to an ankle injury.
Meseret Defar is going after her own mark.
Rudisha breaks 800-meter world record again; Lagat gets U.S. 3,000-meter mark. Wilson Kipketer’s 800-meter world record of 1:41.11
Kenyan eclipses Kipketer’s longstanding 800-meter mark. Written by: David Monti (c) 2010 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved.
Kenyan runs 1:41.51 to become second fastest 800-meter man of all-time. David Rudisha of Kenya continued his sensational season on Saturday