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Meb Keflezighi

On November 1, 2009, during the 40th running of the New York City Marathon, Meb secured a place in history by becoming the first American since Alberto Salazar in 1982 to win the largest marathon in the world. His journey to the pinnacle of distance running has been called one of the best illustrations of the American Dream. Commonly considered "the top US distance runner” for almost a decade by USA Track & Field, Meb has astonished coaches ever since he ran a 5:20 mile in junior high. In January, Meb won the 2012 USA Olympic Trials Marathon and secured his spot on the 2012 Olympic Games, his 3rd Olympic Games.

  • 2012 USA Olympic Trials Marathon Champion
  • 2009 ING New York City Marathon Champion
  • 2004 Olympic Silver Medalist (Marathon)
  • Former USA 10,000m record holder (27:13.98)
  • Former Olympic Trials 10,000m record holder
  • U.S. Championships 10,000m record holder
  • 2009 USA Half Marathon Champion (61:25)
  • 2006 Boston Marathon, 3rd place
  • 2005 ING NYC Marathon, 3rd place
  • 2004 ING NYC Marathon, 2nd place
  • 2000, 2004 Olympic Trials 10,000m champion
  • 12th in 10,000m at 2000 Olympics
  • 3-time U.S. 10,000m champ (2000, ’02, ’04)
  • 3-time USA 12km XC champ (’01, ’02, ‘09)
  • 6-time U.S. 15 km champ (’01,’02,’03,’04,’06,’07)
  • 21 National Championships as a professional

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