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Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it.
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Just a couple of weeks after having his Halo removed, Tim Don is through 5K at the Boston Marathon in 18:10. Way ahead of his goal pace for 2:50. Amazing.

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Last edited by: RowToTri: Apr 16, 18 7:57
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Wow, that is awesome news about Tim!!!
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Re: Tim Don through 5k in 18:10 [RowToTri] [ In reply to ]
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10k in 36:55

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Re: Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it. [RowToTri] [ In reply to ]
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hmmm.... he is 7 minutes overdue for his 15k split. I'm concerned he's dropped out. Maybe just a missed chip reading though.

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Re: Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it. [RowToTri] [ In reply to ]
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RowToTri wrote:
hmmm.... he is 7 minutes overdue for his 15k split. I'm concerned he's dropped out. Maybe just a missed chip reading though.


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Re: Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it. [RowToTri] [ In reply to ]
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That is amazing. Love that guy!
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Re: Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it. [The GMAN] [ In reply to ]
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Moto pacing!! ;)

The GMAN wrote:
RowToTri wrote:
hmmm.... he is 7 minutes overdue for his 15k split. I'm concerned he's dropped out. Maybe just a missed chip reading though.


CHEATER!!!
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Re: Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it. [SBRinSD] [ In reply to ]
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OK, looks like it was just a missed timing mat. He's through 20k. His average pace has slowed to 6:09 but still way ahead of 2:50 pace. The crazy wind and rain must be having an effect.

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Re: Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it. [RowToTri] [ In reply to ]
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RowToTri wrote:
OK, looks like it was just a missed timing mat. He's through 20k. His average pace has slowed to 6:09 but still way ahead of 2:50 pace. The crazy wind and rain must be having an effect.

An anomaly!! CHEATER!!!! Where's the Garmin file?

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Re: Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it. [JasoninHalifax] [ In reply to ]
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JasoninHalifax wrote:
RowToTri wrote:
OK, looks like it was just a missed timing mat. He's through 20k. His average pace has slowed to 6:09 but still way ahead of 2:50 pace. The crazy wind and rain must be having an effect.


An anomaly!! CHEATER!!!! Where's the Garmin file?

No double letters in his name. Doesn't check out.
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Re: Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it. [The GMAN] [ In reply to ]
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The GMAN wrote:
RowToTri wrote:
hmmm.... he is 7 minutes overdue for his 15k split. I'm concerned he's dropped out. Maybe just a missed chip reading though.



CHEATER!!!


Rode the T from 10k to 20k
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Re: Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it. [rjrankin] [ In reply to ]
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rjrankin wrote:
The GMAN wrote:
RowToTri wrote:
hmmm.... he is 7 minutes overdue for his 15k split. I'm concerned he's dropped out. Maybe just a missed chip reading though.



CHEATER!!!



Rode the T from 10k to 20k

Hah. He must be the worst cheater in history. That is his slowest section!

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Re: Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it. [RowToTri] [ In reply to ]
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RowToTri wrote:
rjrankin wrote:
The GMAN wrote:
RowToTri wrote:
hmmm.... he is 7 minutes overdue for his 15k split. I'm concerned he's dropped out. Maybe just a missed chip reading though.



CHEATER!!!



Rode the T from 10k to 20k


Hah. He must be the worst cheater in history. That is his slowest section!

Stopped at a Dunkin to get some coffee and warm up along the way?
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Re: Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it. [rjrankin] [ In reply to ]
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It's tea time in the UK. Must have stopped for biscuits and tea.

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Re: Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it. [Francois] [ In reply to ]
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He's coming unglued at the end. Might still dip under 2:50.

Edit - maybe he stopped in the last mile to hug his family or something :)

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Last edited by: RowToTri: Apr 16, 18 9:56
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Re: Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it. [RowToTri] [ In reply to ]
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8 seconds to spare.

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Re: Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it. [RowToTri] [ In reply to ]
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2:49:42. 6 months after breaking his neck when hit by a car.

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Re: Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it. [RowToTri] [ In reply to ]
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RowToTri wrote:
2:49:42. 6 months after breaking his neck when hit by a car.

and the slowest winning times in decades with windchill in the 20s, pouring rain, and headwinds.. that effort would be well under 2:40 on any ordinary day.. bravo Tim !
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Re: Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it. [RowToTri] [ In reply to ]
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RowToTri wrote:
2:49:42. 6 months after breaking his neck when hit by a car.

On a complete shit day no less.

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Re: Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it. [Grant.Reuter] [ In reply to ]
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I've just watched some highlights. The weather looked truly miserable. Great run by Tim.
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Re: Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it. [RowToTri] [ In reply to ]
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AND IT IS NASTY HERE!

the wind and rain isn't consistent at all. but when it comes in.. its brutal and cold.
well done TIM DON.
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Re: Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it. [RowToTri] [ In reply to ]
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Fantastic news that Tim Don is doing so well! Inspirational!
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Re: Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it. [Karl] [ In reply to ]
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+1 great news!

I was gutted when I read some news articles right after the Kona incident that suggested it could be a career-ender. Glad to see he's come back stronger than ever because he was looking really strong beforehand and could still have his best yet to come!
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Re: Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it. [awenborn] [ In reply to ]
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Babbitt interviewed him on YouTube....Don could not turn his head fully to the right. He has massage on neck area and passed out from pain breaking up some of scar tissue. Remarkable achievement; hope he fulfills his journey.
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Re: Unlike Lionel Sanders, Tim Don is actually in the Boston Marathon and is crushing it. [RowToTri] [ In reply to ]
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I think Don is the only participant who bettered his goal time. incredible.

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