Emotional Meb Keflezighi after NYC Marathon 2013
Meb Keflezighi came into the New York City Marathon with a lot going against him. As he got to the later stages of the race his lack of training caught up to him, causing him to stop and walk. He could have stopped completely, he could have put his body first. But he didn't. Meb chose to push on and worked with a local Staten Island runner to honor New York, Boston and all those who's lives were lost in the past year's tragedies. Watch Full Meb Interview Here
Wesley Korir address Terrorists from Boston before NYC Marathon 2013
Conference matchups and Ryan Hall, are you still there RJ 306
Admit it - the only thing people around campus care about are conference titles. This weekend throw out the rankings because this means more than times or national polls. This is what defines your season and where it is going.
Tsegaye Kebede press conference after NYC Marathon 2013
Priscah Jeptoo press conference
Ryan Vail press conference after NYC Marathon 2013
Buzinesh Deba press conference
South African press conference
Meb Keflezighi body shut down from lack of training in NYC Marathon 2013 (full interview)
Ryan Vail starts build up to 2013 ING NYC Marathon
Ryan Vail continues to turn in strong performances showing he is one of the top American distance runners. After the cancellation of the 2012 NYC Marathon, he quickly jumped on a plane and ran 2:11:45 at Fukuoka. 2013 has been another excellent season, highlighted by a lifetime best 27:44 at Payton Jordan, 17th and a team silver at World XC, and 6th place at the USATF 10k. In this video Ryan talks about his decision to run NYC and what he hopes to accomplish this fall.
Ryan Vail top American at NYC Marathon 2013
Prediction Men's NYC Marathon For ASICS Shoes!
Predict and Win! This year our New York City Marathon Prediction contest will be sponsored by ASICS! Predict the winner of the men's marathon and win a new pair of Asics GT-2000. Get your predictions in before race time on Sunday for your chance to win. See rules below; 1. Log in to Flotrack 2. Under this video, predict the winner of the men's marathon (first and last name) 3. For tie-breaker, predict the finishing time of the first American man in the marathon. 4. Get your prediction in before the start of the New York City Marathon on Sunday, November 3, 2013 at 9:40am ET.
Meb Keflezighi busted knee but still running to win at NYC Marathon 2013
Meb Keflezighi comes into the 2013 NYC Marathon not at the top of his game, but that won't scared him. Back in August Meb injured his soleus and was out for some time. When he started feeling near 100% (nearly 3 weeks ago) he took a fall on a run and busted open his knee. Meb's furthest running through the marathon training cycle this time around is 15 miles. Regardless of the hiccups, Meb says he is running to win. Meb comes in as the most experience on the course having run NYC seven times over his career, three of which have resulted in top 3 finishes (and a win in 2009). He is reminded of his fourth place finish at the London Olympics after far from perfect training, so he knows anything can happen.
Amy Hastings first real marathon since Olympic Trials and top American at NYC Marathon 2013
After a few days off following the World Championship 10k, Amy Hastings was back to full training. The quick turnaround from "track training" to "marathon training" was not only smooth, but enjoyable for Hastings. But even though she loves the longer workouts, this will only be her first "real" marathon since the 2012 Olympic Trials. What's in store for this Sunday? Hasting reflects on the past year, her experiences at the Trials, her current workouts, and why she's both calm and excited for the upcoming NYC Marathon.
Adriana Nelson 13th overall and top American but off her goal in NYC Marathon 2013
Athletes on security at NYC Marathon
Jason Hartmann still unsponsored and self-coached, ready for NYC Marathon 2013
Kim Smith confident for different race strageties at NYC Marathon 2013
Ryan Vail captain consistency aims for 2:10 at NYC Marathon 2013
Alisha Williams unknown fitness after injuries and track breakthrough at NYC Marathon 2013
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