Rupp is running 5th. The Ekiden Relays in Japan are great, they are almost like a National sport there. The last time I was in Chiba, they estimated close to a million spectators were on the streets, often 6-8 deep, and also live on National Television. Still no luck with a livestream for tonight, unless someone can figure out how to access FujiTv. There will be coverage on Twitter @JRNLive.
The Quenton Cassidamius
RE: Chiba Ekiden Relay11/22/2012 10:46PM - in reply to alejandro
Japan in first but Gladys Cherono (Kenya) looks to be gaining on her. The New Zealand girl lost the lead Zane got. I am still shocked to how easily Zane dropped Longosiwa. Lets see if Jake can match his brother when he take the next 10k.