Endurance Twitter: 08.09.20

Hal Higdon@higdonmarathon·

“I also realize that winning doesn’t always mean getting first place; it means getting the best out of yourself.” —Meb Keflezighi,

Jacob Riley@JakeBillRiley·

Today would have been the #tokyo2020 marathon, and even though I fully support postponement, it’s still pretty disappointing to think about how different this year has gone compared to my expectations on February… https://instagram.com/p/CDpBiLnnhva/?igshid=157yas56zwnq6

Hal Higdon@higdonmarathon·

“It doesn’t matter whether you come in first, in the middle of the pack, or last. You can say, ‘I have finished.’ There is a lot of satisfaction in that.” —Fred Lebow, Founder, #NYCMarathon


The rumors are true. The 2020 London Marathon WILL go forward on October 4 — but as an elite-only race in St. James’s Park. That means Kipchoge vs. Bekele IS ON. For the first time in history, two 2:01 marathoners will meet in the same race. https://letsrun.com/forum/flat_read.php?thread=10145531

Eliud Kipchoge – EGH@EliudKipchoge·

Although it’s a sad day for the @LondonMarathon and all of the runners who normally run the the marathon together with me. I’m happy to be coming back to London for #The40thRace. You may not be running with me or cheering me on from the streets, but in our minds we run together.


As a Coach, one of the most satisfying things is when you hear an athlete repeat your words to the next generation of athletes. Thank you @mikegmorgan#MyNewLife