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2009 Reebok Boston Videos
by: LetsRun.com
February 7, 2009

We've got interviews with brief synopsis with the top distance performers from the Reebok Boston meet. You can find more videos at Flotrack and Trackshark.


Women's 5000m Shalane Flanagan After Her American Record 14:47 (2:46)

Obviously she's very pleased with how 2009 has started although she did not get the win. She said her goal was the win or the American record. Plus she shows a lot of respect for Marla Runyan whose record she beat.

Men's Mile

Nick Willis After Winning in (3:29)

A very pleased Nick talks about his new focus on winning, his rivarly with Webb, his training partner Justin Switzer going sub 4,  and losing his cell phone.

Alan Webb: "I thought I had it" (3:05)

Webb said he thought he was going to win but needs another race on his belt

Men's 3000m Galen Rupp (3:24):

Galen talks about about how Oregon winning the team title is his #1 priority in 2009.

Lindsey Gallo After Winning the Mile (2:08

She talks about training under Matt Centrowitz, the biggest win of her career, and opening the season with a 2:10 800m.

Kara Goucher After Winning 3k (3:55)

She talks about beating Sally Kipyego, running the 3k like the marathon (negative split), and running 20 miles the day after the race in getting ready for the Boston Marathon.



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