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The 2019 TCS New York City Marathon is in the books and we entertained ourselves talking about it. Not only did we break down all the action and weekend in New York, with the impressive wins by half marathon world record holders Geoffrey Kamworor and Joyciline Jepkosgei, but got in heated discussions about the US Olympic Marathon Trials, Kamworor’s best event for Tokyo, the World Marathon Majors expansion, Anthony Rotich, Donald Trump, China, and of course the Dallas Cowboys, NY Giants and New England Patriots.

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Show notes: Beginning: Did we sell Joyciline Jepkosgei short?
3:00 The weekend in NY, Jon’s life unravelling.
10:51 NYC Women’s race recap
15:35 American women in NY
21:10 US Olympic women’s marathon trials: The top contenders
26:51 NYC Men. Kamworor Wins. Should he do 10,000 or Marathon in Tokyo?
44:08 World Marathon Majors expansion a good thing?
51:50 TV split screen: Shalane Flanagan announcer
56:21 What if Trump had gone to marathon instead of UFC?
61:11 Paula Radcliffe in NYC and her thoughts on new shoes
68:26 Crazy story on Des Linden, shoes, Rio 2016
70:45 Rojo and Jon’s $20 bet on Anthony Rotich
76:25 Should Jon be suspended w/o pay for his comments on ultramarathoner Gerda Steyn
78:29 US Olympic Trials Preview for men: Is Galen Rupp still his own tier? Some praise for Abdi Abdirahman
91:30 College XC Conference action

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