2015 Chicago Marathon - Bank of America Chicago Marathon

October 11, 2015
Chicago, IL
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Runner's World:

60-year-old Walters (a sub-2:20 marathoner in his prime) has had an impressive career and interesting life. His early running days began while his parents were on a mission in Tanzania and he went on to become an NCAA All-American and roommates with Craig Virgin. At Chicago 2015 he dominated his age group by 20-minutes with 2:45 and looks to do the same at the NYC Marathon next weekend.

Runner's World:

He actually got Facebook messages from 12 different women. He wrote it on his back because he was trying to target runners rather than spectators.

 

WSJ:

Talking about differences under Powell vs Alberto Salazar, Puskedra says he did more speed work ahead of Chicago and ran 120 miles a week compared with 160. He also feels he had no "balance" in his life when he was with NOP.

 

Chicago Tribune:

RD Carrey Pinkowski tells Kenyans who had a problem with no pacers they can go to Berlin next year.

Independent:

She ran 2:31:46 in her debut last year, but it wasn't within the Olympic qualifying window.

Runner's World:

Running 3:11:27 was Sarah Attar who in 2012 became one of the first Saudi Arabian women to compete in the olympics.

Runner's World:

“I run with a generic Timex, I don’t run with anything fancy. I was saying I had to be under 5:40 and we had a lot of 5:33s in there, then we had a couple of 5:42s and I was like, ‘Oh no.’ I remember at mile 23 I was struggling, and I was like, ‘Please don’t let it be 7-minute pace.’ I looked down and it was still 5:38.”

ESPN.com:

He then got up, finished the race, but was DQd for receiving assistance ... j/k; he went to the hospital where he was reported to be in stable condition.

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Puskedra: "With 10-K to go, just get on the pony and ride. I was all-out, I think.  I imagined myself to be Usain Bolt, but probably looked like Luke Puskedra out there."

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