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NYC Marathon winner Shalane Flanagan on how she's still going full steam at 36


It’s the age-old trope, and a very tired cliche — that women are catty and competitive. Distance running champion Shalane Flanagan, winner of the 2017 New York City Marathon and the first American woman to do so since 1972, is here to prove otherwise. She trains in Portland, Oregon with a team of runners who serve as each other’s biggest support systems. (Today.com)

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