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The Monday Afternoon Debate

Talbotcox-Stanford-30LRC 5 Months In, After 31:55 10,000m Win, LetsRun.com Analyzes Gwen Jorgensen’s Olympic Marathon Dreams Will Jorgensen be a force in 2020 in the marathon? We debate.
Discuss: After 31:55 10k Win in Stanford, how do you assess Gwen Jorgensen’s Olympic chances?

Sports Illustrated Q&A With Gwen Jorgensen On Her Move To Marathoning Asked to respond to the LRC analysis giving her no chance to win marathon gold, Jorgensen gave a great reply: “If someone else showed me my PRs on paper and said this person wants to win Olympic gold, I’d probably laugh [too].”

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British MPs Have Threatened To Reopen Inquiry Into Seb Coe’s “Very Murky” $17 Million Deal During The 2012 Olympics There are conflict of interest concerns as Coe’s company “made a fortune at the Olympics” while Coe was the chairman of the London 2012 organizing committee.


US Winter Olympians And Paralympians Visiting The White House Next Month


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Jacob Despard And Elizabeth Forsyth Win Stawell Gift, Australia’s Richest Foot Race The 120m handicap sprint race on grass awards $30,700 to the winner. Devon Allen competed, but went out in the semis.
*Recap And Video From The Australian Forsyth, a university “beach sprinter” said she told her family not to come because she didn’t think she had a chance to win. *Results

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