Shalane Flanagan on elevating other athletes through inspiration and diet

It was a history making moment as Shalane Flanagan, at age 36, became the first American woman in 40 years to win the New York City Marathon. This summer, she announced she's coming back for more. "You make yourself a marathoner or a runner. You put in the work, you run the race, the clock tells you how good you are. You put in the work and you're rewarded." (CBS News)

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