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Continued: Richfield's Peyton should challenge for Twin Cities Marathon title

  • Article by: CHRIS MILLER , Star Tribune
  • Last update: October 3, 2013 - 12:10 PM

“Two-thirty is realistic, but being a national championship, we’re just going for the win, and not looking so much at time,” Barker said. “We’re trying to compete and win this thing, and if she does that, the time will take care of itself.”

Said Peyton: “From what happened at the Olympic trials, I definitely learned enough to be able to handle whatever comes my way. I’m going to be more patient. Everyone says the race doesn’t really begin until the last 10K. Those last 6 miles are where I’m really going to get into focus. … You just have to stay with the lead pack and see how it turns out.”

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