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    Atticus
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    Just saw the ending - what a great race by Tura and Rupp - looked like a headwind in the late stages. Great times too, considering.

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  • aaronk
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    Romanchuk beats Hug by 3 seconds!

    Men's group of 5 or 6 at 2:24:58 pace at the Half, with Rupp 10 seconds back, at 2:05:20 pace!

    Chepngetich at 67:34 at the Half!
    Hall in 3rd, still close to 2:23 pace!
    D'Amato moved into 4th!!

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  • aaronk
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    Chepngetich slowed WAY down on 4th 5K---to 16:39!!
    Now running at high 2:14 pace, off WR pace!

    Men still on Course Record pace, with Rupp not far off---still apparently well under AR pace---even Hall's Boston time!

    McFadden still well ahead after 25K!
    4 man field for the men, very tight!

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  • aaronk
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    Both male & female pacers are GONE!!!
    Ruth's pacer left just after 10K!
    Men's left about 15K!!

    Ruth at 47:15 at 15K---10's of 15:37, 15:45, then 15:53!
    But still way ahead of WR pace, still weell under 2:13 pace!
    At 10K. 2nd woman was Vivian Kiplagat, at 2:14:13 pace, or a;lmost 2 minutes behind Chepngetich!

    Sara isn't going for the A

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  • aaronk
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    Ruth passes 10000 in 31:22, or 2:12:18 pace, by Twitter!
    Men on 2:03:25 pace, with Rupp on 2:04:07 pace!!

    McFadden 1:19 ahead of pack of 3 after 15K!

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  • aaronk
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    Chepngetich BLAZING!!!!!
    15:37 first 5K---or around 2:12 pace!!
    She's ahead of Chris Derrick!
    Sara was 1:06 back!

    McFadden blasted out also, was 28 seconds ahead of pack after 5K!!!

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  • aaronk
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    TV coverage beins at 5 a.m. on NBCSN, so I assume the race starts around 7:30.
    Shouldn't be too warm then!

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  • Conor Dary
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    72 now in Chicago...low tonight of 69...high tomorrow in low 80s. It is going to be warm.
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