Marathonfoto's Boston pictures are up. Bib 1711 only brings up one photo... some gal in bib 171X that looks to be misidentified.
so much for that.
Why are you even bringing this up? We've already been over it a number of times.
@ The Race Kip Used as a Boston Qualifier (Charlotte ThunderRoad)
"I ran with the women's winner [Danielle Crockford At Charlotte ThunderRoad Marathon ] and some other sub-3 and low 3 friends of mine through the 10K mark. I slowed down. I was running the half, finished in 1:33, and he [Dr. Kip Litton] never passed me (the courses split at about the 12 mile mark). He never passed the women's winner but a photo (which I'll send) shows him in front of her at mile 24.5. The jacka$$ jumped back on the course somewhere in front of her LATE in the race and she [Danielle] still caught and passed him. I have another pic of him walking through the finish. We've got to bust this guy at a race!" - Allen, a Charlotte ThunderRoad Half Marathon participant
I guess he's so smooth with the ladies.
He slows down so much at Wellesley because those girls can't enough of him and he can't get enough of them. The guy has just got a knack; something you losers know nothing about.
Who will win? I guess it depends on what Kip says. We might have to wait quite a bit to find out.
Just Wow: No show with no explanation from Kip.
Chyeah man: 3:20:00
Study of K.Litton Running: No show with an excuse from Kip.
Kyp Lyttyn: 2:59:26
dontdonate: No show with no explanation from Kip.
kirkaz: No show with no explanation from Kip.
kruggers a baller: Starts but does not finish.
Great News Folks!: 3:28:00
Kipped at 2010 BAA 5K: 2:47:26
JOKM: I predict I will lead a sad and unfulfilling life.
Dude. Why don't YOU look this information up? It's all on the internet...and, get this, it's free!
Cool stuff. Thanks for adding some tips to the mystery.
Is there a parking lot where he can store something he uses near that Wellesley area?
Do people tend to speed up near that section (close to Wellesley right?) because of all the screaming girls?
And Statistically speaking, how many other Boston marathon finishers slowed down as much as he did (percentage wise) during the 12mi to 13.1mi portion of the course?