The Kenyan superstar is the first man to run the 42 kilometres in under two hours.
It was his second attempt after falling short by 26 seconds during the "Breaking2" in Monza.
Kipchoge holds the men's marathon world record with a time of 2hr 01min 39sec.
In total, he will only have to descend 26 metres in altitude down and climb 12 metres.
Marathon champion Eliud Kipchoge seeks to run race in under two hours.