His agent is obviously embarrassed by the place , he should have mentioned great top ten finish , good effort coming back.
survey says wrote:
Ritz 49:12 at Crim 10-Miler according to his agent's Twitter feed. No word on place.
Nathan > Dathan
neither here nor there wrote:
1 Julius Kogo (US) Chapel Hill, NC 1 M 29 4:39/mi 46:34.89 +0:00
2 Cleophas Ngetich (US) Chapel Hill, NC 82 M 24 4:41/mi 46:54.64 +0:19.75
3 Hafid Chani (US) West Chester, PA 4 M 28 4:45/mi 47:30.04 +0:55.15
41 Mourad Marofit (US) Roxborough, PA 2 M 32 4:47/mi 47:59.50 +1:24.61
51 Yonas Mebrahtu (US) Flagstaff, AZ 39 M 26 4:49/mi 48:18.17 +1:43.28
6 Nelson Oyugi (US) Santa Fe, NM 17 M 22 4:51/mi 48:34.07 +1:59.18
71 Guor Maker (US) Flagstaff Az, AZ 18 M 30 4:53/mi 48:54.20 +2:19.31
8 Nathan Martin (US) Spring Arbor, MI 19 M 24 4:54/mi 49:01.15 +2:26.26
91 Dathan Ritzenhein (US) Belmont, MI 24 M 31 4:55/mi 49:11.37 +2:36.48
10 Jed Christiansen (US) Greenville, PA 7347 M 27 4:56/mi 49:21.74 +2:46.85
He does get hurt a lot but it is amazing how he continues to come back to a high level and how quickly he does it.
rupp-certified saladbar wrote:noIamnotmalmo wrote:These stupid comments kill me.
Pretty good for a month of training. His talent is incredible.
Do you really think he wasn't running between his races in May and July 22?
His talent has been wasted.
Because there are no other marathon options than those two races?
The question is, is he building toward another NYC marathon appearance and using Philly as a gauge, or will he target Boston in the Spring?
Of course there are, but it is too late for Chicago, NYC typically recruits him, and he wanted to run Boston this year. He will get a bigger appearance fee at such a venue. But perhaps you will prove my thinking to be unreasonable and he will run The California International, or the Detroit Free Press (is it still called that?), or Houston, or even London...