2019 New York City Marathon Preview Podcast + Camille Herron and Rojo Hobby Jogging Love

By LetsRun.com
October 30, 2019

It’s 2019 TCS New York City Marathon week and the LRC crew breaks down the men’s fields where Lelisa Desisa will try and pull of the World Champs and New York double while Mary Keitany will try and hold off the debut of world half marathon record holder Joyciline Jepkosgei.

We also break down the American fields in New York.

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Plus Camille Herron broke the 24 hour world record and we’ve got a little NCAA sponsorship talk.

100% of tips this week go to LRC’s Jonathan Gault.

Show notes:
Beginning: How fast could Rojo hobby jog a marathon?
[9:11] New York City Marathon Men’s Preview: Lelisa Desisa goes for World and NY double
[19:36] American men led by Jared Ward of Olympic and Shark Tank fame
[31:38] Women’s Preview and the great Mary Keitany, and debut of world half record holder Joyciline Jepkosgei
[40:08] American women: Sara Hall is the top seed, Des Linden in the field, and Kellyn Taylor
[49:33 ]Olympic marathon moves to Sapporo and 2024 Olympic logo revealed
[54:47] Camille Herron crushes 24 hour world record
[60:35] What do new NCAA endorsement / rules mean for track and field?

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All of our 2019 TCS NYC Marathon coverage is here.

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100% of tips this week go to LRC’s Jonathan Gault.

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