In the women's race, tiny Burla is running behind a super giant dude (bigger than Puskedra, maybe 6'7). It looks hilarious.
Thank you Rojo - working now!
Are you related to melindi elmore? a male version that ran 345?
Hood ran 3:33 and 3:51
He stepped on something dropped on the course, that made him fall. On iPhone, even zooming in, can't tell what it is. Maybe a loose shoe??
races without rabbits wrote:
I'm watching NBCSN
Why does their clock say 12:55? They have been running for 49 minutes.
Ok, I think something happened with my app and i fell behind. Way behind.
I will say the visual stream quality of the NBCSN app is far superior to that of the local one. BUt they go to commercials at different times so it's nice to have both.
They should be running so much faster than this because they're running north. That's downhill because the globe slopes downhill towards the north pole.
50 minutres in - Boston champ Baysa is dropped in women's race according to Carrie T on the local broadcast.
Puskedra looks like he's hurting. Is he one of those guys who always looks like he's hurting or do you think he's actually struggling?
How tall is Puskedra? Looks like he has to duck under the L...
25 Havel, Kevin (USA) 00:48:50
remember that name?
What I would be curious to see, would a prime Paula Radcliffe ( the one the ran 2:15) be with the mens lead pack.
They really should be running faster than this. The weather is perfect. We're nearing the time of year when the earth is farthest from the sun.
Wow, some crazy surges here. According to Hartnett's splits, they went 5:06-4:35-5:12 for miles 10 thru 12.
Womens pace has been consistent around 2:20:55, briefly getting above 2:21 and gradually speeding up to 2:20:46. They've a chance to get under 2:20.
anyone have a good stream not this nbc crap about 4 hour marathoners?
Half in 66:50
You mean Malindi Elmore the Canadian athlete? Yep.
And thats 3.45 for the 1500m, not the marathon. Still to make my marathon debut tho!
If you are wondering why everyone caught up it's because the pace has been all over the place.
The mile splits havent been that whacko but the km splits have been.
distance split last km/mi
1 mi 5:07 5:07
2 mi 10:21 5:14
3 mi 15:31 5:10
4 mi 20:42 5:11
5 mi 25:50:00 5:08
6 mi 30:56:00 5:07
7 mi 35:56:00 4:59
8 mi 40:50:00 4:54
9 mi 45:58:00 5:08
10 mi 51:04:00 5:06
11 mi 55:39:00 4:55
12 mi 1:00:51 5:12
13 mi 1:06:15 5:25
For example, From 15 to 16km it was 3:04. From 18 to 19, it was 317 .
If the men's pack keeps going this slow, they can all hold hands and cross the line together!
It's windy out there!