House Of Run: Keitany's NYC Dominance & Other Things We Got Wrong In 2018

Jason and Kevin discuss the fast times at the Valencia Marathon, Emma Bates' strong debut at the California International Marathon, the NCAA women who rewrote the indoor top 10 list in the 5000m and Katelyn Tuohy's dominance at NXN. 

The guys also chat about 258 people cutting the course in a road race in China and recount all the things that they got wrong about 2018.

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With Caution, Emily Sisson Hopes For Fast Time At Houston Half Marathon

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HOUSTON (18-Jan) -- Emily Sisson has a very short résumé when it comes to the half marathon.  It is, nonetheless, impressive. 

In two starts at the distance, both at the United Airlines NYC Half in March of 2017 and 2018, she finished a close second to the winner.  In her first attempt she clocked 1:08:21 and was narrowly defeated by her training partner, Molly Huddle, who set the American record for an all-women's race: 1:08:19.  In the second, on a brutally cold and windy day, she lost by just one second to in a sprint finish to Ethiopia's Buze Diriba, clocking 1:12:24.  In those races, Sisson raced for position and wasn't focused on time.