Reminder that I’m (way) on the road with the fam for the rest of the week. I’ll try to squeeze in another edition as news dictates (and you know it will…).

+ Desiree Linden became the first American woman to win the Boston Marathon in three decades. And she did it after waiting for a competitor to use a port-a-potty. And they say no one remembers who came in second. In this case, no one even knew who she was in the first place. Which makes her race all the more amazing. Boston Globe: Who the heck is Boston Marathon runner-up Sarah Sellers, anyway?

+ “People trying to bet on this going on forever strikes me as risky. At the end of the day, you speculate on a house and the house price drops, you still have a house.” If you speculate on these vehicles, at the end of the day, you could just be left with a golf cart. Bloomberg takes you Hong Kong where these $250,000 golf carts are pricier than a Tesla or Porsche.

+ Esquire: We Did It, America: Mayochup is Coming Stateside.