*EDIT* - Well, my legs are
*EDIT* - Well, my legs are absolute jelly but I managed to get 3:18!!!! :)
Wish me luck! I really hope this works lol.
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Bro please make the videos longer! Love this though!
This is such a clever video. The way you go about your day and at the same time talk us through the course and what will be on your mind while running it. Good job!
I love you
Ok now srsly, great editing man love the style and narrative of the video! keep up the good work! And good luck on the marathon✨?
No but srsly I love you.
Keep it up!
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These are the highlights of the 2019 New York City Marathon. Two new winners in this year's event. Watch and see who they are!
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I noticed there are no pace setters in NYC marathons. I like that!
Cool video. I enjoyed it. Nice work!?
Kamworor will eventually run a really fast time in the marathon. For now he can be content with winning.
The second-place men's finisher A. Korir, spent a lot of time looking around him. He did it so much from very early on that I started thinking he was a pacesetter.
I feel the mens pace was slow and it made it easy for the Kenyan to kick in the final kms.