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Keira D’Amato Wants To Lower Her American Record in Berlin; Ben Flanagan Threepeats | Live from Falmouth Road Race!


Chris Chavez and Kyle Merber sit down with Ben Flanagan, Keira D’Amato, Marielle Hall, Colin Bennie and Patrick Tiernan after competing at the 2022 Falmouth Road Race. We were on-site to provide live updates and do our live aftershow to interview the stars of the day.

D’Amato is coming off an 8th place finish at the World Championships Marathon and decided to make her Falmouth debut in grand fashion with a 36:14 victory over the seven-mile distance. She became the first American woman to win the race since Magdalena Lewy-Boulet in 2011.

Ben Flanagan became just the fifth man in history to win three Falmouth Road Race titles with his 32:25 win over Biya Simbassa. He details how his competitors stayed on his heels, why this one was the most difficult one to win and what he hopes to accomplish with a few more road races scheduled soon.

We also speak with Marielle Hall after her third-place showing on how she’s learning more about road racing. Colin Bennie shares a bit about his new coaching venture and why he’s not planning to run a fall marathon. Patrick Tiernan is a week away from his wedding and in the middle of a training block before debuting at the Chicago Marathon.

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