Always a gentlemen, Meb!
I had to sprint hard to do that, but that is what the sport is [all about],” says Meb. “We start together; for 26.2 miles, [we share] the struggle. I saw this lady out at front, and I was very emotional. I was crying on Bolyston thinking of memories both good and bad, I made a little surge, it was a fun moment . . . hopefully it will be memorable for both of us.