Quote Of The Day
“My prep race went horribly. It was probably the worst half marathon I’ve ever run. [I ran] about 70 minutes. I came through two minutes faster today and held on. … When you run 70 minutes and crash and burn it’s hard to think ‘Oh, I just need to run 68 and do it again.’ So I didn’t want to broadcast too much or set my expectations too high.”
“… I was hoping to finish in the top 20, but having the 10th place is even better. Having a great race in Boston is something that I was hoping for, and finally this was a great finish. I’ve been watching this race since I was a kid. This race means a lot to me.”
– Zach Hine speaking after finishing as the top American (10th overall) at the 2016 Boston Marathon. Hine, who was coached by LRC co-founder Rojo at Cornell, was the first Massachusetts-born man to finish top-10 in the race in 30 years.
*MB: Congrats to MA native and former Cornell star Zach Hine
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