Monday, April 20, 2009

BOSTON PREP – Language

Finally in Boston, Timothy and Stephen offer a crash-course in “Boston” to teammate Ben Maiyo.

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Sunday, April 19, 2009

2009 Boston Marathon LIVE Coverage

360 Athletics LIVE is Marathon coverage like you have never seen before.  In the Live blog below, we will be providing up-to-the-second race updates and commentary, video features, live video commentary from our on-site analysts, and (best of all) audience participation.  Let us know what you want to see in this coverage and we will do our best to get that to you.  So, sit back or stand up, cheer on your favorite runners, and enjoy 360 degree coverage of the most famous foot race in the world! Read the full article

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Sunday, April 19, 2009

BOSTON PREP – Education

In which Timothy, Baba and James wrap up their preparations for Boston.  Watch the series finale tomorrow as part of our live coverage of the 2009 Boston Marathon! And, in the meantime, check out the guys’ page at Saucony.com

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Saturday, April 18, 2009

BOSTON PREP – Culture

In which the guys practice Boston’s socio-cultural norms… More here.

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Friday, April 17, 2009

Monday: Get Live Boston Play-by-Play at KIMbia.net

Smiling_At_Saucony On Monday, defending champions Robert Cheruiyot and Dire Tune will try to hold off strong Boston Marathon fields that include the best American hopes for a Boston Champion, in Ryan Hall and Kara Goucher. Flying a little under the radar is a talented group of KIMbia athletes — Timothy Cherigat, Elva Dryer, Stephen “Baba” Kiogora, James Koskei and Ben Maiyo — looking to make their own mark on this year’s race, and we will be tracking their efforts LIVE, in real-time, right here, with a one-of-a-kind live blog featuring video features, interactive polls and audience commentary, and a contest giveaway.

So, Monday morning, come chat it up with your fellow running fans in our virtual sports-bar while you watch the Universal Sports video feed.  And, for you iPhone users who can’t get to a computer, you can follow our play-by-play right on your iPhone.  In the meantime: whether you have a question for our competitors, or about some aspect of Boston — the city or the event — leave a comment below and we’ll do our best to cover it on Monday!

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