Desi's Career Changing Race. "I Failed"


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This past April Desiree Davila was two seconds away from becoming the first American women since 1985 to win the Boston Marathon when she ran 2:22:38, just behind Caroline Kilel. The time was the fastest ever by an American at Boston. A lot of people were amazed by Desi's performance, but in this interview we find out Desi wasn't pleased...her goal was to win. In one race Desi went from good to the best in the country. Desi has improved in every marathon she has ever run starting from her 2007 Boston debut where she ran 2:44:56. Coach Kevin Hanson says she's better than ever before and if thats the case, the other women are going to have their hands full!