Davila broke all kinds of records as a cross country runner for the Blue Devils when she was a student at Arizona State University. She's also competed in the Olympics and currently trains with the Hansons Brooks Distance Project, a post-college running organization that trains and develops runners for competing in the Olympics.
Rockford, Michigan native Jason Hartmann, 29, another professional runner, was the top male finishers in this morning's marathon. Hartmann, a six-time All-American at the University of Oregon, dreams of qualifying for the Olympics. He recently told Runner's World:
"You just never know when your time is up. You never know when you're like Forrest Gump and you just stop running. But I would definitely like to go through 2012 and then explore other aspects of my life, and put everything into something else the same way I've put everything into my running."
Two people who love what they do and get paid for it. Remember their names ... I'll bet we're going to hear a lot more about them in the coming weeks and months.