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Sunday, August 31, 2014

UNLOCKED NYorker article on Kip Litton - now available FREE OF CHARGE!

FULL ARTICLE (single page) HERE:

Illustration from Kip Litton New Yorker article

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Kip Litton Story on NPR's "Here and Now" WBUR in Boston

Special Guest: Mark Singer
See full article here

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Kip Litton article in New Yorker magazine Monday July 30th

"My article about him in The New Yorker will be published Monday (July 30), in the issue dated August 6, 2012. It will also be available on our website (, but behind a paywall accessible only to subscribers.

It speaks for itself." - Mark Singer
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"In 'Marathon Man' (p. 40), Mark Singer investigates the strange controversy surrounding Kip Litton, a small-town dentist who has allegedly repeatedly cheated in marathons. “Since the early nineties, technology has made it possible to clock runners with precision and to track them at measured intervals,” Singer writes, but Litton, who was on a self-professed mission to complete marathons in under three hours in all fifty states, appears to have exploited the running community’s faith in those systems to fraudulently win, or place in, various races. Litton has “become a consuming object of contempt” in the running community, much of which has played out in the blogosphere...."