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    Quote Originally Posted by Conor Dary View Post
    What does that mean...the analogy of a motorbike is even more idiotic....

    Hyberbolic chambers...underwater treadmills that cost 10 of thousands....not available to everyone but hey...

    The spirit of the sport not long ago was not being able to make a living at it...
    Hyperbaric, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by thedoorknobbroke View Post
    Hyperbaric, right?
    Right....spell check is not your friend...
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    Kosgei ran from 35km to the finish at almost 5:00 pace...faster than Mo....Kipchoge also picked it up....



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    Shura Kitata‏ @ShuraKitata · Apr 28
    Thanks everybody. Today, I made tricky mistake, I didn't eat breakfast, I just had some fruits. I tought I'd be okay. But I end up being very hungry At 35/36k, I felt my stomach touching my back, super hungry. Went out of engery. I will be back and win the race. #LondonMarathon

    Do I believe this? No.
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    Meanwhile....no love for the joggers in the back....

    Elizabeth Ayres, who was pacing a group expected to finish in seven and a half hours, said in a Facebook post that sewage collection trucks blocked the runners from crossing Tower Bridge, where they were expecting a keepsake photograph.

    “We ended up having to weave through moving vehicles to get through!” she wrote.

    Ms. Ayres posted photos showing an obstacle course of maintenance vehicles, and areas where course markers had already been removed. She said her group was told to move out of the way and run on the sidewalk, and water stations had packed up before they reached them. Cleaning crews and race marshals made demeaning comments as they went, she said.

    “If you weren’t so fat, you could run,” and “this is a race, not a walk,” were among the comments, Ms. Ayres told the BBC on Thursday. She said she would “rather the race was canceled than people being spoken to like that.”

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