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It's New York City Marathon week and we break down the 2019 TCS New York City Marathon and its strong but not deep fields. How will the Americans do? Plus we praise Camille Herron for her new 24 hour world record, have a little shoe talk, and show how little we know about the new NCAA amateur rules.

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We're also looking for a bar on 1st Ave to watch the 1st part of the marathon. Email us if you have ideas.

Show notes:
Beginning: How fast could Rojo hobby jog a marathon?
9:11 New York City Marathon Men's Preview: Lelisa Desisa goes for World and NY double
19:36 American men led by Jared Ward of Olympic and Shark Tank fame
31:38 Women's Preview and the great Mary Keitany, and debut of world half record holder Joyciline Jepkosgei
40:08 American women: Sara Hall is the top seed, Des Linden in the field, and Kellyn Taylor
49:33 Olympic marathon moves to Sapporo and 2024 Olympic logo revealed
54:47 Camille Herron crushes 24 hour world record
60:35 What do new NCAA endorsement / rules mean for track and field?

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