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Video: Local Running Coach Tests Out L.A. Marathon Course, Eats Along the Way

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With a new and improved Los Angeles Marathon course set for March, local running Coach Jimmy Dean decided to try it out on his own (nothing like having the ability to just run a marathon whenever you want, eh?).

Of course, he had to make a foodie trip out if, stopping by Burrito King at Mile 6, Carney's at 13.1 miles, Sprinkles at 16.5 miles and In-n-Out further around Mile 20 (he skipped out on Diddy Reese). Where would you/will you stop?

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