Tracking correlations among glucose levels, dietary choices and individual athletic performance gives Libre Sense users an understanding of their glucose data needed to help them from feeling run down as they're running down the competition. 'We are exploring a shift in timing of pre-race and race-time carbohydrate fueling to net maximum benefits,' said Valentijn Trouw, performance director of NN Running Team and Global Sports Communications. 'Abbott's biosensor enables us to build personalized nutrition plans based on glucose data in order to deliver peak athletic performance and a competitive advantage.' Helping the Best Get Better Kipchoge won the men's marathon in Rio in 2016 with a time of 2:08:44. With the latest technology, Kipchoge and his team are looking to go faster in Tokyo. Libre Sense is there to help every step of the way. 'We've utilized our breakthrough sensing technology to help world-class athletes like Eliud and everyday athletes alike live up to their optimal potential,' said Duncan Williams, divisional vice president, Biosensor Technology. 'Libre Sense will help make glucose monitoring commonplace in athletic performance training and enable athletes to fuel their peak performance.' With just three months until the Games, Kipchoge is peaking at exactly the right time. 'Physically, I am fit. Mentally, I am fit. I'm ready to go for the next challenge now,' Kipchoge said. Tokyo is just that. Seeing Kipchoge with the gold around his neck in Tokyo. Hello, who wouldn't want to see that again? Besides everyone he's racing against? To them, we won't be surprised if he just says 'goodbye.' 1Biosensor is designed to work with compatible partner mobile apps. 2The biosensor is designed to automatically stream glucose data every minute, via Bluetooth® wireless technology, and it is designed to work with compatible mobile apps and wrist readers (wrist readers are currently in development).