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A Year After Her Breakthrough, Shalane Flanagan Runs On


When you are the first American to win the New York City Marathon in 40 years, you have two choices. You could go out on top. Or you could try to defend your title. And that's what Shalane Flanagan, one of the best American distance runners in a generation, decided to do in New York on Sunday. She had to settle for third. Now Flanagan’s career is again at a crossroads. (New York Times)

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