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'2009 Bay to Breakers Winner Crushes Course Record: Deena Kastor Comes in 3rd' (updated with video)



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Kiyoko Shimahara (Second Wind AC) was 10th in the elite women's field. Click here for complete results.

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dennis said…
The Ethiopians and Kenyans dominate the scene as I see it. Kiyoko Shimahara is not going anywhere with her career. She hasn't broke 2:30:00 for years and is always out of contention. She's always off pace. She should've challenge the lead.
dennis said…
Teyba Erkesso should become japan based. She'll be giving the japanese a run for their money!!

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