Millrose Games Coming Up Friday Night * Lagat Going For 7th Wanamaker Title * Lagat Gunning For Number 7 Universal Sports * Excerpts
From Wanamaker Mile Competitors' Press Conference USATF * Candid Interview With
Adam Nelson - He'll Throw At Millrose On Friday IAAF * IAAF
Offers Preview Of Top Millrose Competitors Across All Events
News From The UK *Her 5k time was 21:05. Paula
R. Departs The Pyrenees, Heading For 8 Weeks In Albuquerque* 22-Year-Old
UK Sprinter Craig Pickering Ready To Fly Despite Funding Cut* Mo
Farah Heads Home To Compete Following 2 Months In Kenya* Twell
Takes Home Minor XC Title * Construction
Progresses For London's 2012 Olympic Park
NYRR Empire State Run-Up Is On Tuesday Millrose isn't the only event in NY this week as runners will race up the Empire State Building.
LRC: The Week That Was We give a thumbs up to Lisa Koll, the nation known as the USA and more. We give a thumbs down to Stanford, a Manhattan shot putter and wonder if Jeremy Wariner really could break 1:50 for 800. Then we get ready to cheer on Cornell in the Millrose 4 x 800 for the Millrose Games.
Masters Running Performance Of 2009 * Hartshorne
Mile Recap and Results Better late than never, but these performances deserve coverage. 41-year-old Jim Sorensen flew to Ithaca from California and ran a 4:17.08 mile on a flat track, closing in 59 to the delight of the crowd. 43-year-old Alisa Harvey of Virginia ran 4:55.70 to run sub-5 as a master for the 3rd time at the Hartshorne race. * Hartshorne Mile Preview Recommended Reads: * After you read this article, you will forever be sure that Marion, despite what she says on "Oprah," knowingly took illegal drugs to aid her performance. New Testimony Released From Marion Jones Trial * Twilight
Of The Mountain God Rick Trujillo After top performances at New Balance Games, two of America's best milers discuss their upcoming seasons. Brief Chat
With Rob Myers And Steve Sherer Weird News * Unbelievable
Story Of A British Long Jumper Diving Naked Off Roof * Shocking Development: Geb Cheated Out Of Marathon World Record In Dubai? * "Free
Running" Curbs Crime In UK NCAA A Letsrun.com visitor wants to make sure we don't get too excited about Fernandez's 3:56.50, especially when compared to Kenyan youngster Adding
Some Perspective To German Fernandez's Performance Matthew Kisorio. We looked up the all-time world indoor lists and Fernandez's performance in the mile is 67th all-time (as of 2008). In case you missed it and wonder where the NCAA record holder for 10k has been. Lisa
Koll Opened Up After Long Break With 9:09 3k More Fernandez Mania:
German Fernandez Gets Some Love From Steve Cram : "He is no stranger to adulation on home soil and, if he can cope with the expectation levels, making the US team for August's world championships in Berlin should be a realistic target."
* German Fernandez Gets Some Love On IAAF Site
* Fernandez Gets Some Love From AP
102nd Millrose Is On Friday * Entrants/Schedule
* Travis Padgett Gearing Up For Pro Debut Padgett says he wants the 60m world record this year.
Interesting Read: At Age 33, Amy Acuff Hooks Up With Long Forgotten Former Famed Arizona Coach Bob Myers To Try To Revitalize Career After Olympic Flameout
* Inside Track: Acuff's Big Apple Farewell
Visa Championship Series Kicks Off Friday With Famed Millrose Games At MSG
* Pick Who You Think Will Do Well & Win $2,100 In Visa Pick-N-Win Fantasy Game
Fantastic Read: A Brief Chat With British Miler Neil Speaight This is a great read. If you think being a pro runner who has run 1:45 and 3:38 is full of glory, read this. He is 30, lives hand-to-mouth, lives at home and wonders if it's still worth it after being left off the 2004 team. But then again, he's never done it for the money.
Aviva International Is On Saturday In Glasgow Between US, Sweden, Germany
* Steve Cram: Long Road To 2012 Starts In Glasgow
* Athletic Writers In UK Face Dilemma: Do They Cover Obscure Meet & Dwain Chambers Or US, Sweden, Germany Team Clash?
* Mo Farah's High Altitude Stint In Kenya Comes To A Close He trained with Benjamin Limo and Micah Kogo.
Christine Ohuruogu To Run At Irish Indoor Champs On Feb 7-8
Belgians Try Valiantly But End Up Off Podium In Pro XC In Belgium
Eritrea's Teklemarian Medhin Upsets Micah Kogo In Spain In crazy weather that had 60 mph gusts of winds, the Olympic 10k bronze medallist Kogo finished 2nd.
Olympic Pole Vault Rematch Between Lukyanenko And Hooker To Take Place At Sydney Track Classic On Feb. 28
Second Race In The 2009 Education For Girls Series Takes Place In Ethiopia
Martin Fagan Beats Andres Espinosa's Course Record To Win 3-M Half Marathon In 1:01:05 A 4:18 5th mile gave him a lead which he never relinquished. His McMillan teammate Andrew Lemoncello was 3rd in 1:01:51
Wrong Turn May Or May Have Not Cost Kenyan Victory At ING Miami Marathon In the end, Moroccan Benazzouz Slimani got the win in 2:16, which he said he would have gotten regardless.
Bolt, Are You Training?
Walter Dix 3.75 For 40m
Rob Myers Wins Battle With Sherer And Blincoe To Capture New Balance Title In 3:59 Blincoe, who was the only guy that went with the rabbit, was very disappointed after the race as he was hoping for the meet record of 3:54. Myers talks about training with new coach Ron Warhurst.
* IAAF Recap Of New Balance Pro Action
XC Results From Belgium - Kenyans and Ethiopians Dominate
Lance Surges On Final Day A nd Passes First Test On Comeback Trail
Uganda's Isaac Kiprop Wins Regional Half Marathon
What Is Missing In Greek Athletics?
Pro News Yoko Shibui Finally Runs A Conservative Race And Destroys Osaka Field According to Brett Larner's fantastic race recap, Shibui broke away at 30k, running 16:11, 16:33 and 7:02 (last 2.195k) to run a beautiful 2:23. She's jumping and laughing with joy after the race like she had barely
run a step. Back in 2001, Shibui ran the fastest ever marathon debut for a woman, and in 2009 she may contend for a medal in Berlin, where she has run 2:19:41.
Will Wanjiru Be Shooting For Geb's Record In 2009 Berlin Marath on? Both Geb and Wanjiru claim they will be running Berlin in September, but it seems too good to be true. Hopping between Bahrain and Kenya does not seem to work out well for most athletes. Youssef
Saad Kamel (Greg Konchellah) Likely To Be Banned From IAAF Meets For 3 Years International Pro Action * High
Schooler Matthew Kisorio Takes Down Luke Kibet And Asbel Kiprop In Eldoret
XC * XC
Results From Belgium - Kenyans And Ethiopians Dominate * Uganda's Isaac Kiprop
Wins Regional Half Marathon * Ivan Ukhov Ups World
Lead In HJ To 2.34m * Rop
and Kiprop Win Nairobi Province Prisons XC Championships - Leaders veered off course but
recovered. * Italian
Slimani Wins ING Miami Marathon In 2:16
IAAF Recaps Pro
Action At New Balance Games American Rob Myers wins mile in 3:59. Pamela Jelimo Is Named Kenya's Sports Personality Of The Year For Women - Wanjiru Gets It For Men
A Look At The IAAF Indoor Season The season gets underway at Millrose next week. No indoor worlds until 2010.
Big Upset In Jr. Ethiopian XC Race The silver medallist from worlds loses to an up-and-comer.
Rene Herms Died Of A Heart Attack
These Should Inspire You
Meet The Unbelievable Kelly Jaske * Latest Jaske Thread She didn't run in high school, she didn't run in college. Now the 32-year-old Harvard law school grad is banging out 100+ mile weeks and just got 2nd in the US Half Championships while working a full-time job. Plus:
She was amazingly 3rd behind Jaske in Houston. For someone who no longer considers herself elite, De Reuck can still perform with the best. Poignant
Brief Chat With 44-Year-Old Super Mom Colleen De Reuck
New LRC Usain Bolt Boston Celtics Photo Gallery The world's fastest man was in Boston Friday night with front row seats at the Celtics game. LetsRun.com was on hand as the Celtics won their 17th straight, and Bolt got the lead in the associated
press recap of the game: "After racing within a game of tying a team winning streak, the
Boston Celtics were all abuzz -- with talk of a famous face in the
front row. Olympic
gold medalist sprinter Usain Bolt watched as the defending NBA champs
won their 17th straight and improved to 25-2 with a 125-108 victory
over Chicago on Friday night."
End-Of-Year Looks Continue
* Kenya: Kenya's Track Women Finally Come Of Age 2008 certainly will be remembered as the coming of age of the Kenyan women as they got their first-ever Olympic golds.
* Britian: Usain Bolt Is Michael Johnson's Athlete Of The Year Johnson writes a good piece and also gives his theory on why Bolt celebrated in the middle of the 100m .
* USA: Running USA's Ryan Lamppa's 10 Best Moments In US Distance Running In 2008 Ryan Hall's 2:06:17 or Shalane Flanagan's bronze? Which is #1?
*Britian: The 20 Best Sports Pics From The UK Include One Great One Of Usain Bolt
* IAAF: Combined Events Year-End Review
Nice IAAF Profile Of Falk Cierpinski Is Ruined By Fact There Is No Mention Of His Father's Drug Usage Falk's story is an interesting one, but any story in 2008 should talk about how his father was really a drug cheat who won two Olympic golds.
Berhane Adere And H. Gebrselassie To Defend Dubai Marathon Titles On Jan. 19th
LRC: Foot Locker Prediction Contest Results The computer has done its calculations and it should have done them sooner. LetsRun.com's Wejo comes in 2nd place in the unofficial men's results.
Foot Locker Nationals Turns 30 In Historic Fashion
* Girls' Results * Boys' Results * New Foot Locker Photos LRC Girls: Jordan Hasay Gets Bookends In Thrilling Race
The girls' race featured the last three defending champs for the first time ever and it did not disappoint. Unheralded Allie McLaughlin made the race, opening up a big lead and nearly pulling a Rudy. Last year's champ
Ashley Brasovan led the chase and caught McLaughlin in the last quarter mile and appeared to be on her way to victory but Hasay, who won as a freshman, was not done yet. She stormed back the final 200m to get the win to go out just like she started her high school career - on top. Read the recap above and watch this video if you want to see the * Girls' Results . * Excellent Video (no chop) of the final part of the girls race. Well worth a watch. LRC Boys: Solomon Sails Maryland's Solomon Haile crushed the field as expected and LetsRun.com fan favorite Trevor Dunbar (the guy who ran a ~ 9 minute 3,200m on a snow-covered track) was an impressive second. Plus one of the runners drops the word "repose" in his post-race interview. * AP
* Boys' Results
* Video with no choppiness
On the boards: A ton of threads on Solomon Haile's age. Maryland officials cleared him to compete after talking to officials in Ethiopia, but Wejo is curious about the excuse of having the Coptic calendar having him 21 years old (???)
LRC's World Famous Boards: Has Nike's NXN Ruined Footlocker's Nationals? * Trevor Dunbar wins Foot Locker H.S. Division * More Impressive than Hasay's win is that she has a 4.83 GPA How is this even possible?
LetsRun.com Rojo's Tour of China, Part 1 - Hanging Out With Usain Bolt Rojo went to the Puma Party put on for Usain
Chinese dancers putting on their best sorority girl imitations, and then Rojo going 1-on-1 with Bolt. Rojo actually asked Usain about moving up to the 800m. Bolt hinted the Jamaicans want him to run the 4 x 400m. More importantly, Bolt apologized for visiting Facebook instead of LetsRun.com.
2008 real,- BERLIN MARATHON - Watch Video Highlight or Race Replay * Results * Photos
Haile G. 2:03:59!!! Mititenko 4th Fastest Woman Ever Haile Gebrselassie made more history Sunday on the streets of Berlin. After going through the halfway point in 1:02:04, Haile continued to flirt with world record pace but was
stalked by Boston runner-up James Kwambai. Haile threw down the gauntlet the last 7km to dispatch Kwambai and just dip under the 2:04 barrier. On the women's side, German star Irina Mikitenko ran a brilliant race, running a negative split to smash the 2:20 barrier and become the fourth fastest woman ever.
* Geb: "I can go faster."
* The Science Of Sport Analyzed Geb's Splits As The Race Unfolded link fixed
* Geb's Record in Berlin Is His 24th World Record (or 26th depending on who is counting)
* Mikitenko Moves Into Tie in World Marathon Majors Standings Gete Wami must finish 2nd or higher in New York to move ahead. If she doesn't, they will be tied (and tied in the tie-breakers) so they might share the title. * W ashington Post Article on WMM
* Falk Cierpinski, son of Waldemer Cierpinski, 2:13 in Berlin
On the boards:
* Wanjiru's Olympics > Geb's WR
* Haile's Splits from Berlin ... how far could you run with him?? * Live Message Board Thread
100m Splits At The Olympics Have Amazing Story To Tell You have to read this article, you will be amazed at some of the splits they found. For example, Tirunesh Dibaba ran a faster 100m split at the end of her blazing 10k than any woman ran the same 100m split in the 1,500m.
Interview With German Fernandez If you are a runner wondering how to get faster in the mile, this interview says it all. Fernandez basically did no speed work before popping his 3:56, just running it off of strength and base. He surprised everyone, including himself. And he drops the "G" word - G for Gold.
Sprinting News From Jamaica This is unbelievable. * Bolt
Given Oceanfront Property Worth, Reportedly, $6.5 Million (In case you didn't realize it, $6.5 million Jamaican is $81,250 US) * Asafa
Powell And Teammates To Open Season On Saturday In Jamaica
Jordan Hasay Named Gatorade Girls National XC Runner Of The Year She has had probably the best high school career of any American girl in history and was a no-brainer pick.
Robert Cheruyiot And Dire Tune Will Defend Titles In Boston The Boston Marathon and John Hancock are making sure that if an American (presumably Hall or Goucher) wins Boston, it will be against top competition. His book is described as a modernized Fantastic Interview With Keith Livingstone, Author Of "Healthy Intelligent Training" Arthur Lydiard book on training. It sounds like the latest "must read" for any serious coach. * Comparison
Of Osaka Women's Marathon And NYC Marathon Brett Larner provides a very compelling argument for Japan's Yoko Shibui being a threat at the 2009 World Marathon Championships in Berlin as he puts her splits up against Paula Radcliffe's. Also he compares marathon debutantes Kara Goucher and Yukiko Akaba, who ran very similar times albeit in different races. * Another Excellent Analysis Of Yoko Shibui's Amazing Osaka Performance Lydiardfoundation.org He names Kenyans Geb Acknowledges His Marathon Record Could Go Down Soon Wanjiru and Lel as the likely record-breakers. . Read About 2 Of America's Top 400m Runners * David Neville, Double
Olympic Medal Winner, Dove To Glory In Beijing * Catch
Up With 2008's Champion 400m Man LaShawn Merritt Knee Injury Forces Matt Tegenkamp To Miss 2009 Indoor Season
LetsRun.com! Guest Column: 2008
Was Truly A Spectacular Year In Marathoning
Croatia's Biggest Star Blanka Vlasic Has Highest Debut Ever At 2.03 In Front Of Hometown Crowd
39-Year-Old Runner Writes About Getting Old In Washington Post
Part 1 Of 3 Previewing Feb. 13th's Tyson Invite Men's shot putters and women's pole vaulters will be there in force.
2:01 And 8:57 For Russian Women At Moscow City Championships Prove They Will Be Force At European Indoors
The Shock Has Worn Off Enough That We Can Recognize Dorian Ulrey Got 2nd In 3:57
* Fernandez's Coach: "It's not bad."
* Dorian Ulrey: "I Was Hoping For Faster." In his first race for the Hogs, Ulrey had the lead until 200 meters to go when he was passed and spiked. "First mile of the year, you can't get p***** off at 3:57. I got the automatic and the p.r. Overall, the fitness is good, the psyche is good. It's going to be a good season."
Meanwhile In Kenya, Fernandez's Future Competition Was Dominating With Little Fanfare
* High Schooler Matthew Kisorio Takes Down Sr. Title And Luke Kibet And Asbel Kiprop In Eldoret XC Kisorio is a stud and has run 13:11. He is a year older than German.
Saturday: OSU's German
Fernandez Sets Junior World Record, Runs 3:56.50
Ok. State coach Dave Smith summed it up perfectly: "He looked like a million bucks - looked smooth as ever. He ran a really smart, intelligent race. He sat back and just waited until about 400 to go and put a move on the guy who was
leading (last year's 1,500-meter NCAA runner-up Dorian Ulrey of Arkansas,
who competed for Northern Iowa a year ago). He just blew
by him and looked like a million bucks. It was
From the LRC Boards:
* German Peaking at Wrong Time
* German vs Wottle 800 meters!
* GERMAN FERNANDEZ MAKES ALAN WEBB LOOK LIKE AN ABSOLUTE CHUMP
* MARK MY WORDS: German Fernandez WILL go sub 13:20 in the 5k this year
* Mile Results for the Arkansas Invite
* German Fernandez Is Running in Arkansas
Youssef Saad Kamel (Greg Konchellah) Likely To Be Banned From Worlds For 3 Years - Hopping Between Bahrain And Kenya Will Cost Him
Field Event Action
* Christian Cantwell Launches 21.47 Shot For Early World Lead
* Ivan Ukhov Ups World Lead In HJ To 2.34m
* Cornell's Jeomi Maduka Jumps World Leading 21'9" (6.63) Sorry, Jeomi: IAAF's Chris Turner notified us that Russia's Olga Kucheren ko jumped 6.67 on Jan 2 4 for the world lead.
Texas A&M Opens New Indoor Facility In Style - With Win Over Rival Texas The new facility is hosting NCAA indoors later this year. It was opened with a big meet, a dual meet against rival UT on the men's side and the No. 6 Aggies got the win over No. 7 Texas 81 to 77 in front of 3,000-plus fans including the president of A&M and the big
donor Mr. Gilliam. It was
the first ever indoor meet at A&M. The ladies beat Tennesee. Message Board: Texas vs. Texas A&M
* Photo Gallery * Video Coverage Of Meet * Results Lots of interesting distance results as there were 3 guys at 1:49.89 or better for UT in the 800m.
Recommended Reads From Jamaica * President Clinton
And Secretary Of State Clinton Want To Forge Closer Ties With Carribean By Meeting Bolt
Marathon News From Around the World * Jim
Hage's "Buy Sell Hold" Guide To Today's Top Marathoners* IAAF
Osaka Women's International Marathon Preview * Geb Headed To
Kenya For 3-Day Camp With Teen Athletes * Liz
Yelling Providing Inspiration At adidas Marathon Training Weekend
An Absolute Must Read 14,706 Days La ter, J ohn Carlos And Tommie Smith Raise Their Hands Together Again The country has come a long way in 40 years and it wouldn't have been possible without courageous men like these two. Both men reveal
they expected to be shot on the medal stand.
Facing Financial Losses, Stanford Athletics May Be Forced To Cut Back Facing $5 million in less revenue in the coming years, the USA's best overall university sports program debates staff and possibly program cuts.
Drug News From Serbia And Greece * Former Manhattan NCAA Star Shot Putter Milan Jotanovic Tests Positive The best shot putter in a proud Manhattan thrower history failed a steroids test.
Two Olympic Medalists Interviewed * Brief Chat With Nick Willis * Interview With Shot Putter Christian Cantwell President Bush Nominated Allyson Felix To President's Sports Council
Two Orphans In India Lose Out On $900 In Prize Money At Half Marathon Because They Couldn't Afford $4 For Timing Chip We're not sure if we are buying this story.
Arizona, You Are Welcome
Rojo Played Big Role In Larry Fitzgerald's Dominance
08 LetsRun.com Party Photos The party hosted by Puma was a
smashing success. A packed house, as those passionate
about running (from ages 5 to 65+) came to celebrate a great weekend in
Boston. LetsRun.com fans celebrated with Rojo, Wejo, Matt Taylor, and a
few legends in the sport, including former marathon world record holder
Steve Jones and Olympic Silver Medallist Sonia
O'Sullivan. The Harpoon beer was flowing,
DJ Inkognito kept things going and contrary to popular
opinion, there was a healthy mix of males and females. The reviews were
excellent. "It's refreshing not to see the same 50
people (industry insiders) at a party." "Most favorable female-to-male
ratio I've seen in a long time."
101 Years Old, Still Smoking,
Running and Drinking: Buster
Martin: "I'm not worried about the fags because I'll carry them with
me. Everyone says smoking kills but it's taking a long time in my case." The 101-year-old legend plans on smoking while
running Sunday's London Marathon.
2007 Worlds Coverage:
* Sunday's Homepage Ndereba marathon
Homepage Tyson Gay
* Wednesday's Homep age
* Tuesday's Homepage Bekele 10k
* Monday's Homepage Tyson Gay
* Sunday's Homepage Dibaba/Goucher 10k
Leads 3 Under 2:05:30!!!, Ryan Hall 2:06:17
Goes Through Halfway on World Record Pace
The 2008 Flora London Marathon will be remembered for a long time. The
lead pack of 9 went through 5k at 14:21 (2:01 pace). They continued
together (yes, all 9) through halfway on world record pace (1:02:13) .
Ryan Hall then went to the front soon after and asked the pacemakers to
go FASTER. Soon Hall was off the back, but he would catch the
leaders briefly again and go on to run 2:06:17. Until Sunday, only 7
guys had ever run under 2:06:15, now 11 have. Up front, it came down
to a 3-man battle over the final mile before Martin Lel
got his 3rd straight World Marathon Major win over the final quarter
mile as he led 6 guys under 2:07 and to $50,000 bonuses each.
Recap, photos, video above
This Guy Has
Totally Won Back Our Respect
One of them
went back to the course and finished the race a day after being forced
to go the hospital after a ceremonial wrap cut off his circulation. He
said, "It was very important for me to do this. This is what I came to
England for." Maasai
Warriors Finish Marathon link fixed
Hall Reflects On His Incredible Run We tell you (and let you watch) what Ryan, his dad,
his granddad, his coach and even Martin Lel had
to say about Ryan. Lel was full of praise for the
American and shocked by Ryan's attempt to get the pacemakers to go even
faster. If Hall didn't already have your respect,
he does after reading this article, as he pays homage to a throwback
type of guy - Steve Jones. Text and Video.
Video: R yan
Hall Talks About His 2:06:17 at the 2008 Flora London Marathon*
LRC London Videos Here
2008 ING New York City Marathon * Results * Searchable Results *Video: Men's Highlight Video * Photo
Women's Race: Paula Dominates Goucher Third
Paula Radcliffe showed why she's the best marathoner in the world as she dominated the women's field in the second half of the ING NYC Marathon. Radcliffe took a different strategy this year in NY. She led every single step of the way, but she said with the high winds her plan this year was to save something for the end and run negative splits and it showed. She poured it on the final six miles, winning by nearly two minutes. Radcliffe never looked back and said when she turned
for the final quarter mile at Columbus Circle, she wasn't even positive she had the race won. American Kara Goucher ran up front for most of the race and had a successful debut in third in 2:25.53 (American debut record). Olympic silver medallist Catherine Ndereba, Dire Tune, Rita Jeptoo and Gete Wami were left in Radcliffe's wake, causing Wami to tie with Irina Mikitenko for the World Marathon title. The World Marathon Major race directors were
then left to vote to break the tie. They voted for Mikitenko and just like that she got $500,000
and Wami got nothing.
* Radcliffe Doesn't Look Back En Route To 3rd Win*
Paula Destroys Top-Class Women's Field *
Mikitenko Awarded WMM Prize In Tie-Breaking Vote*
Women's Recap And Race Replays From UniversalSports.com*
Paula Post-Race Press Comments
On the boards: Wami gets nothing of World Marathon Prize while tying for spot #1
Men's Race: Marilson Gomes Dos Santos Storms From Behind To Win Coming into the 2008 ING NYC Marathon, Abderrahim Goumri had the distinction of being the top marathoner in the world who had never won a marathon
(2nd in London in 2007, 3rd in London in 2:05:30 this year, and 2nd in NY last year). On Sunday in NY, he was clear of
the field and on his way to what seemed to be his first marathon victory. However, savvy 2006 NY champ Marilson Gomes Dos Santos saved his best for last and stormed from behind in the final mile to overtake Goumri and get the win (afterwards Goumri said a missed fluid bottle might have caused him to run out of steam). Dos Santos ran 1:02 for the second half for a big negative split. Veteran Paul Tergat said he twisted an ankle on the course but returned to action with a fourth place finish.
American Abdi Abdirahman led the American charge in 6th place
as four Americans were in spots 6, 7, 8 & 10.
* Men's Recap and Race Replays From UniversalSports.com
* Gomes dos Santos Is Going To Disney To Celebrate
* NYT: New York Brazilians Say "Gomes who?"
On the boards: Nate Jenkins at NYC marathon?