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« on: December 14, 2013, 08:34:30 am »
Reebok Boston Games 2009

Some amazing indoor track action last weekend. The Reebok Boston games brought quite a few worldclass including some top American talent アグブーツ激安
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Top performance for any weekend was forced to visit Shalane Flanagan who knocked an astounding 20 seconds from the American indoor 5k record in 14:47. Flanagan just outleaned inside the tape by Ethiopian Sentayehu Ejigu putting her into second place, but one hell associated with a race merely a surprising destruction of the AR.

Kara Goucher continued her appearing party (really, feels like it's been getting a good year or more now), going on a decisive win with the women's 3k over collegiate powerhouse Sally Kipyego of Kenya. Goucher finished in 8:46 to Kipyego's 8:48. These fast indoor races work just like doubt somewhat speedwork for Goucher posessing her sights intent on the 2009 Boston Marathon. Also, it is important to note, for those of us here in Colorado, that Goucher is a CU alum, and married to local http://bloodsoaked.com/bloodsoaked/nb2.html legend and myth (as well as CU alum) Adam Goucher, a wickedly talented runner in his own right.

In other races to, Oregon's Galen Rupp ran an extraordinary 7:44 for second in http://bloodsoaked.com/bloodsoaked/ug2.html the men's 3k to Ethiopian Sentayehu Ejigu, showing the fact that the college sensation can hang with the big boys and ought to be representing America well for many years. Complete recaps and outcomes of the enchilada can be obtained here.

It has been an outstanding showing to have American distance running community that looks like building in number internationally. Ways to a very long time since we Americans enjoyed a class of runners who could hang considering the best Africans and Europeans in the world stage.
 

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