Move over Kipchoge: Kiptum 2:00:35 WR, Hassan 2:13, Should Teare Leave Bowerman?

8 months ago

2023 Chicago Marathon Recap Podcast

Kelvin Kiptum ]([ran 2:00:35 at the Chicago Marathon to smash Eliud Kipchoge's world record and become the first man under 2:01:00 in the marathon.

Sifan Hassan ran 2:13:44, 47 days after Worlds on the track, to move to #2 all-time.

Conner Mantz and Clatyon Young got the Olympic standard for the American men as Galen Rupp came up short on the fastest day of American marathoning since Dick Beardsley and Alberto Salazar.

Emily Sisson led the US women as Emma Bates faltered, but Molly Seidel impressed. Sara Vaughn did well at age 37, but was Gabriella Rooker the most impressive of everyone?

We break down everything Chicago before turning to whether Cooper Teare should leave the Bowerman Track Club.

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  • Show notes:
  • 00:00
  • 03:25 Which was crazier Kiptum's world record or Hassan's 2:13?
  • 13:42 How long will this record last? Brady vs Mahomes
  • 18:28 How can we explain this run?
  • 18:54 Kiptum's amazing training
  • 32:45 Sub 2 soon?
  • 37:53 American men- Conner Mantz and Clayton Young
  • 46:58 US Women - Emily Sisson leads US women, Seidel surprises
  • 58:25 Gabriela Rucker's cool story
  • 01:07:28 Kipchoge vs Kiptum who wins? Will they race before Olympics
  • 01:13:10 Will Cooper Teare go to Bowerman?
  • 01:23:04 Could nutrition explain Kiptum?

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