Cox would be good addition. Weather not too bad - a little humid and a tad warmer than ideal. But overall not too worrisome.
I'm relegated to watching the NBCCHICAGO.com live stream (typical hometown news station coverage I'm sure), but am hoping they have Toni Reavis or Josh Cox in the studio. Assuming weather still slated to be on the warm side.
I was shocked that Rupp was so low. I guess it's a UK site so you aren't going to have ever American betting on Rupp but his implies win odds are just 11%.
run for place wrote:
I actually don't think those odds are crazy high. .
your money will go down the toilet! He is a 2:10 marathoner, because he is aerobically weak. Plus he is 35, so he is not going to become a great marathoner when has been a weak marathoner for most of his life. He is a specialist at half marathon, and half marathon only. He probably would have been the greatest 10000m runner on track, but he ran during the era of Bekele.
D. Ternowski wrote:
I would wager on Zersenay Tadese. The fastest half marathon credential is impressive. 10/1 odds for a guy that has a decent chance is too good to pass by.
15/2 odds for Galen also seems too good to not bet on him.
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