Steve DeOssie in the marathon ...

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    Anyone hear how he did?
     
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    He was on the Big Show yesterday, I believe he came in @ 5:24, not bad, apparently he was being "miked up" by PBS, interesting that they would choose to follow him.
     
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    That is a good time at Boston. The start is so narrow it takes quite awhile to get to the line.
     
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    That cant include the wait time can it? I would think anyone who runs it, would start their watch at the starting line.
     
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    5:24?! That's only five miles an hour, like a walk/slow jog. Heck, I could do that without even training for it. He should've been under five hours.
     
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    Yes, it is slow overall but the first 4-5 miles is jam packed and my guess is he started at the back of the pack.

    His time was probably chip-time so it is from starting line to finish line.

    The guy is huge and I commend him for carrying his Clydesdale body the entire way.
     

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