Quote Of The Day
Molly Huddle: “When you get to be my age, you never know how many more years you have performing your best. We look at this as my chance to run fast for now, and the best chance. I’d be happy with 2:21-2:23 range. There’s a lot dependent on wind and just how I feel and just how it goes.”
Emily Sisson: “Low-2:20s is my goal just because I feel like that’s what it’s going to take to make the [2020 Olympic] team. So if I want to do the marathon at the Trials, that’s my goal, to make the team. So I think it will be like 2:22, 2:23, that fitness level will make it.”
– Molly Huddle and Emily Sisson talking about their goals ahead of Sunday’s London Marathon. Both say they plan to run together for most of the race.
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