2022 Boston Marathon Highlights: Natasha Wodak and Malindi Elmore Make Their Debuts

April 18, 2022By chetan

The two best Canadian long-distance runners are preparing for their first Boston marathon. Malindi Elmore and Natasha Wodak maintain the two fastest times in every Canadian location on the long haul. They were also the first to involve Canadians in the non-combat Olympic Games on this occasion, completing the ninth and thirteenth games last summer.

After a break from the sport, Natasha Wodak (40) and Malindi Elmore (42) hope to join the elite in the Boston Marathon.

BOSTON-Last summer, Natasha Wodak exceeded her expectations when she finished 13th in the women's marathon at the Tokyo Olympics, not far behind Malindi Elmore, who was ninth with Canada. At the time, Wodak was considering the possibility that hes streets in Sapporo would mark the end of hes career. Maybe, in her mind, it was the right time to move on. A two-time Olympian, she is a few months old. And life in the game satisfies her.

But when Wodak shares his feelings with Elmore, his plans change suddenly.

"No, we'll try to make Paris," Elmore told him, referring to the 2024 Olympic Games.

Vodak laughed last week at the memory of her conversation.

"I said OK!" "He said." Malindi is sure we have no expiration date. That I will continue until I can. "

Vodák (40) and Elmore (42) will be together again at the starting line of the Boston Marathon on Monday. Their journeys were intertwined for decades, beginning as teenagers as they competed for the British Columbia High School Championships. Now they are two of the women who once again prove that marathon runners can compete at the highest level in a more refined year.

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