Monday, May 18, 2009

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

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


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!!