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I'm so proud of the runners in my state, and especially my town.<br>
Kevin Brinegar, my son's XC coach, is in the first corral this year. Other friends of ours (many mentioned in this article) are in the second and third corral this year. Here's a write up of last year's race and how my fellow Alaskans fared...<br><a href="http://www.redorbit.com/news/sports/905367/alaskan_unfazed_by_race_conditions_places_25th/index.html" target="_blank">http://www.redorbit.com/news/sports/...5th/index.html</a><br><br>
I passed a couple of these guys on last Sunday's long run... Casual Hi's and "how's it going" all around. <img alt="biggrin.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/biggrin.gif">
 

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We know first hand how tough Alaskan runners are! You will have a great marathon, E. Your post made me think that I should look and see who is running Boston from my local running club. I see one gal's bib # is "F18" which looks different from all the other bib #s. Does that mean she is in the 18th corral? I'm clueless.
 

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Choovie - Your Sarah Graves is seeded as an elite female and will be in the corral in front of Corral #1. She ran a 2:27:56 at St. George last year, narrowly missing the Olympic Qual B Standard. I would guess they may have opened up the window for F bibs this year since so many top females will be running the Olympic Trials the day before.
 

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Thanks, Skip... I figured she should be in one of the front corrals but wasn't sure what the F thing meant on the bibs.
 
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