Lehmkuhle, the marathon veteran of the two, has indicated he would like to run "in the 2:11 range." Vega, the upstart, reported that he would like to run "in the 2:10 - 2:12 range."
How fast do you think they will run?
Y/N: Will Jason Lehmkuhle or Antonio Vega run faster than 2:14:00 at the Boston Marathon on Monday?
Jason Lehmkuhle has a 2:12:54 marathon best that was run in the 2008 Olympic Trials in New York. He has finished 5th and 9th at the last two Marathon Olympic Trials. Lehmkuhle's most impressive race this spring occurred at the USA 15k championship where he ran 43:58 to place fourth.
Antonio Vega has run two marathons with a best of 2:15:45. Vega has taken his running to a new level this year, highlighted by his 1:01:54 National Championship at half-marathon.
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