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Those who ran in this year's Boston Marathon will never forget it. And those who didn't can buy a piece of the tragic run for about $200 to $300. At least five Boston Marathon finisher's medals -- traditionally given out exclusively to those who...
When the two explosions hit the finish line of the Boston Marathon, some onlookers ran toward the blasts -- to help. Confusion whirled around Boston after the explosions, which left at least two dead and more than 20 injured Monday, a day that had...
Called up Bill Iffrig the other morning; he answers — no agent, no publicist. We chat awhile about running and how he came to be America's most famous marathon man. Iffrig is the older gentleman — all table legs and elbows — blown...
Tags: Boston Marathon, Running, Sports
Too bad, you bunch of terrorist punks. You lose again. Just like always. Doesn't matter where you are – whether you're hiding in your pathetic spider hole, tucked away in your fortress on the hill or cowering in the fetal position in the...
SPORTS ROUNDUP: Glendale Community College's Grace Zamudio pushes through pain, wind to another SoCal titleWOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD Glendale Community College at Southern California prelims: There isn’t much about the 10,000-meter run for GCC’s Grace Zamudio to like. Still, it appears to be her specialty. The Vaqueros sophomore proved...
The terrible tragedy that occurred at the Boston Marathon less than two weeks ago is still fresh on our minds, but it's not a reason to give into the threat of terror when it comes to our sporting events, according to local officials. "There is a...
Tags: Cycling, Track Cycling, Sports, Boston Marathon, Running
It happened at the finish line. It wouldn't have been any less horrific if it had happened at mile 2 or mile 10 or mile 17, but the fact that the bombs exploded where they did at the Boston Marathon on Monday made the brutality even more symbolic....
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe only unfortunate thing about the new Sole Challenge 24-hour race is that Rick Meyers will be too busy to run it. Meyers, a veteran ultramarathon runner and the owner and operator of The Runner’s Sole store in Chambersburg, Pa., seems to live...
Hundreds of runners gathered Sunday at the Pasadena Rose Bowl as part of a nationwide movement known as the Unity Run to support of victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. At least 450 people participated in the 9 a.m. run, which started as an idea by...
Tags: Google Inc., Sports, Running
A Pasadena running club's move to unite athletes in honor of victims of the Boston Marathon bombing has turned into a nationwide movement, with numerous groups organizing their own tribute runs this weekend. The Unity Run on Sunday at the Rose Bowl in...
ReporterTwo days after the Blue Ridge Marathon, we're still hearing impressive stories of personal achievement and community support. † Among the youngest to cross the finish line was 9-year-old Bryson Oliver, a Botetourt County fourth-grader who completed the...
ST. JOSEPH, Mich. -- Nearly a thousand miles away from Boston in the St. Joseph area, a group of runners is reaching out to the marathon bombing victims and their families. Most of us will never forget the moment we first heard about the Boston Marathon...
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