How the ‘Shalane Flanagan Effect’ Works
Sat Nov 11, 2017
When Shalane Flanagan won the New York City Marathon last week, her victory was about more than just an athletic achievement. Of course, it’s a remarkable one: She’s the first American woman to win in 40 years, and she did so in a blistering 2 hours 26 minutes. But perhaps Flanagan’s bigger accomplishment lies in nurturing and promoting the rising talent around her.
(New York Times
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