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"Boston and the Olympics are special for me," said Moller, who captured a Omega Seamaster Cosmic 2000
Defending Boston Marathon men's champion Robert Kiprono Cheruiyot enters Monday's 115th edition of the fabled Hopkinton to Boston race shrouded in Omega Constellation Full Diamond
Moller, 51, will have an extra reason to cheer on the athletes as countrywoman Kim Smith, the 2004 NCAA champion from Providence College, is among the top contenders on the distaff side.
Lorraine Moller, the 1984 Boston Marathon women's champion, felt right at home yesterday as she sat in the lobby of the Copley Plaza Hotel, greeting former competitors and longtime friends. Moller will be firing the starting gun for the women's race on Monday.
Two weeks after that incident, the 22 year old Cheruiyot competed at Chicago, finishing sixth in a credible 2 hours, 9 minutes and 28 seconds, but more than three minutes behind winner Sammy Wanjiru (2:06:24), the reigning Olympic champion. Cheruiyot has kept a low profile since, opting to concentrate on training and recovery as he logged 18 20 miles in total daily workouts.
a bit of mystery about his true chances to win.
Cheruiyot made his Boston debut in 2009, finishing fifth with a time of 2:10:06. Last year, he simply shattered the previous course mark of 2:07:14, which belonged to countryman Robert Kipkoech Cheruiyot.
"I love Boston because the place where I'm training is like Boston," said Cheruiyot, who is coached by William Kiplagat, a former winner of the Seoul and Rotterdam marathons. "I feel good Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra Leather now. I am so happy with Boston because the money I got last year I buy something to show people that when I retire, anybody can see that this is the Robert that won Boston. arrival.
There have been 1,000 media credentials, covering 100 different outlets, issued for Monday's race. In all, the event features 27 various types of credentials covering elite athletes, Omega Constellation Globemaster
Olympic bronze medal in the marathon at Barcelona in 1992 for her native New Zealand. "When I come back I get to relive it and see so many old friends."
Last fall, Cheruiyot was riding in a car that crashed in Keriche, near Kenya's Kapkitoni region where he trains. The vehicle tipped on its side and Cheruiyot injured his right hip.
Cheruiyot driven to repeat
"Maybe I can start the race and she can finish it," quipped Moller.
"Monday's the time," said Cheruiyot, who used last year's first place winnings of $150,000 plus a $25,000 bonus award for his course record of 2:05:52, to purchase a 23 acre farm in Kapsabet on which he grows tea and lives with his wife, Haley, and son, Kipmutai, 5, and daughter, Chepto, 2. "I had the injury, so I had a problem. But, I will try my best on Monday to show my fellow Kenyans because I love Boston."
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