Kelly Franz of the Controllers Office, UW-Green Bay’s standard bearer in the epic 26-mile footrace known as the Boston Marathon, acquitted himself well Monday. It was the fastest marathon ever run, at least by the leaders, and Franz did his part by posting an official time of 3:32:02. His unofficial coach, Mike Kline of the Phoenix cross-country program, checked on the race periodically via the internet from his Kress Center office, and liked what he saw as Franz passed the various electronic checkpoints: “From looking at his time, splits, and progression; he left it all out on the course, and that’s the best you can do.” Congratulations, Kelly, on your first Boston Marathon.
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9 Jan, 2020