2017 TCS New York City Marathon

November 05, 2017
New York, NY
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Keiffer talks about the lead up to her huge PB which included fighting through injury two weeks before. (Interview starts at 12:13 mark.)

Runner's World:

"I’ve been sent a lot of random little gifts and notes from people I don’t know, which I really appreciate. Some company contacted me and wanted to send me a new mattress. I’m like, 'Okay? Thank you.' Things like that, you’re just like, “Okay, when you win a marathon you get a mattress too?”

Runner's World:

Justine Galloway has a 3:16 PR, but can no longer run forwards. However, determined not to stop running, she now runs backwards and finished NYC in 6:06.

LRC Meb Memories: LetsRun.com's Favorite Moments from The Amazing Career Of Meb Keflezighi

A generation of excellence is what Meb's career was all about.

LRC Notes And Stats From The 2017 NYC Marathon

Of the 51,307 starters, 50,766 finished.

LRC The Running World Reacts to Shalane Flanagan's Historic NYC Marathon Victory

See how Flanagan's fellow pros - from Desi Linde, to Jenny Simpson to Jordan Hasay - reacted to Flanagan's historic win.

Toni Reavis:

From her front running her way to DNFs in high school and college, to her blistering pace setting at Boston 2014, Flanagan has been working her way towards this for a long time.

LRC Geoffrey Kamworor Blitzes 4:31 25th Mile To Grab Lead and Holds On To Win 2017 New York City Marathon

The 24-year old Geoffrey Kamworor had accomplished an awful lot in his young career but he'd never won a marathon until today.

LRC Shalane Flanagan Wins 2017 New York City Marathon - 1st American Winner in 40 Years

The 40 year American women's drought is over as Shalane Flanagan was fantastic in Central Park.

The New York Times:

All Meb's family are in town to celebrate his final marathon.

LRC Results For 2017 New York City Marathon

Here's how you can track a loved one or the pros at the 2017 TCS New York City Marathon.

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