House Of Run: Is Cheserek The Best In The World? Who Are Locks At USAs?

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On this most recent episode of the House of Run, Jason and Kevin discuss Edward Cheserek’s preposterous two-day double, where Cheserek currently sits among the best distance runners in the world, Keni Harrison equalling the American record in the 60m hurdles, which athletes are locks to finish in the top two spots at the US Indoor Championships, Winter Olympic crossover athletes and Andre De Grasse playing in the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game.


Highlights:

0:40 - Where does Edward Cheserek’s incredible weekend rank him on the amongst the world's best runners?

13:00 - The non-Cheserek highlights from the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix 

23:00 - Who is a lock to finish in the top two at the US Indoor Championships?

31:00 - Keni Harrison equalled the American record in the 60m hurdles!

35:00 - Other records on the weekend including USC’s men’s 4 x 400m and Grant Holloway’s 60m hurdles 

41:00 - RAK Half Marathon results -- Bedan Karoki, Mary Keitany, run quick times

43:00 - Kevin is very nervous that Andre De Grasse is playing in the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game.

47:38 - Listener emails about track athletes competing at the Winter Olympics, fake Strava workouts and, of course, Edward Cheserek. 

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