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Back on the Track, Emily Sisson Finds “Pep” in Her Step

Emily Sisson wasn’t sure she’d ever come back to the track after she turned her attention to the marathon. And her body wasn’t so sure it wanted to, either. In her first 26.2-mile race at the 2019 London Marathon, she finished in 2:23.08, the fastest American women’s debut on a record-eligible course. Then she focused on the 2020 Olympic Marathon Trials, but after the race didn’t go well for her (she dropped out after 21 miles on the unrelenting hills of Atlanta), it was back to the oval for another chance to make Team USA in the 10,000 meters.
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Olympic Hopeful Emily Sisson & Pro Marathoners Scott Fauble and Noah Droddy Join Pwure Sports Nutrition as Investors and Athlete Ambassadors

BROOKLYN, N.Y. (PRWEB) April 27, 2021. Pwure, the personalized, data-based sports nutrition company, today welcomes three of the United States’ top long distance runners - Emily Sisson, Scott Fauble and Noah Droddy - as its newest investors and athlete brand ambassadors. They will represent the new Brooklyn-based, functional beverage and sports nutrition company at key sporting events, as well as being a core part of the company‘s brand and marketing campaigns.
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A Year of Strength for Emily Sisson

When Emily Sisson studied the weather report for the 15K national championship last Saturday in Jacksonville, Fla., she quickly adjusted her race plan. The 20 mile-per-hour winds were not record-setting conditions, so her new strategy? Just race aggressively. And that plan resulted in a decisive win for Sisson, 29, who...
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A Year of Strength for Emily Sisson

When Emily Sisson studied the weather report for the 15K national championship last Saturday in Jacksonville, Florida, she quickly adjusted her race plan. The 20 mile-per-hour winds were not record-setting conditions, so her new strategy? Just race aggressively. And that plan resulted in a decisive win for Sisson, 29, who...
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Emily Sisson, Clayton Young win 2021 Gate River Run

Jacksonville, Fla. — These are some fast humans. Emily Sisson and Clayton Young came out of top at Jacksonville’s annual Gate River Run. Sisson dominated the competition, finishing the famous 15K in 48:09. That is the fifth-fastest time in the elite women’s division in the races history. The winner from...
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Clayton Young, Emily Sisson win Jacksonville's 44th annual Gate River Run

Young was descending the Hart Bridge Saturday morning, the icy breath of the Green Monster in his face, when he recalled the words of a man who had done it all before. "He told me about the Green Monster, to be ready for it," said Young, remembering the advice from his coach, Ed Eyestone, the 1990 River Run champion. "So I took it head on and relied on my kick at the end."