She's tied on the list with Shalane Flanagan. Taylor: "I feel like I've been good at a lot of different distances for a long time. I want to be great though and I'm hoping the marathon is what I can be great at."
She ran 2:27:17 in her debut at Chicago 2012. Here she is the favorite over a couple of 2:33 international runners. The men's field has a slew of sub-2:13 runners including NAU alum Jordan Chipangama (2:12:22).
Samson Gebreyohannes Gezaha won the overall race in 1:14:08 as US 10-Mile champ Landry ran 1:14:18 to tie Mo Trafeh's AR and take 2nd overall. Shadrack Biwott was 3rd overall (2nd American) in 1:14:31. Chris Solinsky was 3rd American and 5th overall (1:16:44). Northern Arizona Elite's Johnson won in 1:25:26 over Dot McMahan and Mattie Suver.
*Men's Video Highlights
*Women's Video Highlights