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Gebre Gebremariam Wins Falmouth Road Race, Reminds Second-Place Finisher Of This Fact

You don't often see taunting in road races, especially with a distance of just seven-miles (an "11.3k", if you will). But then again, you don't often have world-class runners sprinting for the finish line, which is exactly what happened in Sunday's 38th Falmouth Road Race.

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Gebre Gebremariam of Ethiopia edged Kenya's Wilson Chebet by just one second (winning in 32:20 ... yeah, that's a 4:37-mile pace), but had plenty of time to remind Chebet of who was winning the race.

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"Swagga on a hundred, thousand, trillion"

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(Picture via Globe's Dina Rudick)