She ran with eventual second-place finisher, Desiree Linden, for much of the race, but couldn’t move up at the end.
Runners followed along on social media during the L.A. race on Saturday.
At age 40, defending champion makes fourth Olympic team, sets U.S. masters record.
The veteran laid out the rules of the road to the rookie.
Kara Goucher, long time fan favorite, finished in fourth.
Dathan Ritzenhein drops out near mile 20 and fails to make his fourth Olympic team.
At the pre-race press conferences in Los Angeles, runners say they are ready for anything.
When we asked the pros who they think will be in the top three in Saturday’s races, they answered from the heart.
Arya Bahreini, a senior at Oklahoma City University, turned 22 in January.