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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuariki View Post
    TWalsh and Wibbleswoo.

    A couple of sad sacks if ever there.

    Kipchoge is not trying to claim that he will break the IAAF world record. He is trying to break a barrier of human achievement, and how magnificent will that be if his time is under 2 hours.
    Yep, like Mike Boit running the first sub-3:30 mile in Auckland.
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    That was a very entertaining race down that hill....it was great...
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    Anyone getting this on NBC Gold.? All I get is COVERAGE WILL BEGIN SHORTLY
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    Quote Originally Posted by lonewolf View Post
    Anyone getting this on NBC Gold.? All I get is COVERAGE WILL BEGIN SHORTLY
    It started 2 minutes ago. I'm watching it on YouTube.
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    INEOS set up a dedicated YouTube Channel just for this race to watch for free.

    https://youtu.be/k-XgKRJUEgQ
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    I find it quite amazing that more than 230.000 people are watching the livestream. DL events rarely get 10k viewers
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceil View Post
    I find it quite amazing that more than 230.000 people are watching the livestream. DL events rarely get 10k viewers
    There are more alternative options for DL events. For example, many Europeans can watch live on Eurosport.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ceil View Post
    I find it quite amazing that more than 230.000 people are watching the livestream. DL events rarely get 10k viewers
    Also a lot more everyday people familiar with the marathon than T&F.
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    And it's shown live on Eurosport as well! Very surprising they managed this, given that the timing of the run wasn't even confirmed until yesterday.
    Było smaszno, a jaszmije smukwijne...
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    Looks like they're switching runners every 4K.
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