Kipruto will have a good shot at the 27:04 course and US soil record as he faces Stephen Sambu
(27:25), 2016 winner Gabriel Geay
and his brother, Africa U20 champ Bravin Kiptoo.
The women's race has three of the six fastest women of all time lead by Kosgei who is up against Fancy Chemutai
(30:06),Caroline Chepkoech Kipkirui
(30:19), two-time world marathon champ Edna Kiplagat,
Tokyo Marathon champ Ruti Aga,
andworld 10,000 bronze medalist Agnes Tirop.
The American charge is lead by Emily Sisson, Tyler Pennel
and Abdi Abdirahman.
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