Record times eyed in Chicago Marathon
CHICAGO -- Wesley Korir hopes training in colder Canadian climes pays off Sunday at the Chicago Marathon.
But the 29-year-old Kenyan runner, second last year in Chicago, said he's still figuring out how to best handle temperatures projected to be in the 30s when the race begins. Ice pellets and snow are possibilities.
"I'm a student of the sport," he said. "I've learned how to run in hot weather, so now it's my turn to learn how to tackle the cold weather. From now and Sunday, I'm ...
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