The Asics athlete also talked favorite running shoes and gives advice for first-time marathoners.
Are you ready for the New York City Marathon?
The shoe is a nod to New York City’s news culture and five boroughs.
The companies will collaborate once more on the “Real Lives. Real Runners” campaign.
The brand will remain a partner for the 2016 race.
Women’s Editor Kristen Henning tells her story of the 26.2 mile journey.
The top three male and female finishers wore sneakers by the two athletic giants.
Exposure is the ultimate goal for companies — and several of them are making a play for attention this week.
Kipsang, who won in 2014 with a 2:10:59 time, is hoping to beat that while wearing Adidas Adios Boosts.