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The first time Wesley Korir ran the Bank of America Chicago Marathon, in 2008, he was just another runner. That status almost cost him $15,000 at a time he sorely needed it. When Korir returns for this year's race Oct. 7, his appearance fee will be a...
I got an email Tuesday from Weldon Johnson, editor of the invaluable track & field / running website letsrun.com, alerting me to its exclusive story reporting four-Chicago Marathon winner Khalid Khannouchi has retired from competitive running. The news...
BOSTON - The Run for the Hoses. The Duel in the Sun. The Inferno. As the prospect of 80-degree temperatures looms over Monday's Boston Marathon, race organizers are hoping the heat will forge a classic contest to rank among the legends of the event's...
I see it in my Facebook feed and Twitter stream more often than I probably should. So-and-so is listening to Baby Got Back by Six Mix-a-Lot on Spotify. We understand you like big butts and cannot lie, but do you really want to announce that to the world?...
Registration for the 2012 Bank of America Chicago Marathon closed in record time on Monday The maximum of 45,000 participants signed up in six days, according to a news release from marathon organizers. Registration closed 25 days faster than the...
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Robert Vigorito, founder and race director of the Columbia Triathlon Association, went straight to the top when choosing a spokesperson for his new race, the Iron Girl Columbia Half Marathon and Coed 5K, scheduled for April 29. Vigorito asked Joan Benoit...
TribLocal - Libertyville » NewsWith 2011 in the books, TribLocal decided to take a look back and highlight the most popular stories of the year. Overall, extreme weather produced …...
TribLocal - EvanstonEli Clarke, a notable videographer, partners with the McGaw YMCA to communicate the value of martial arts Evanston,IL – March 14,2012 A Midwest Emmy Award …...
TribLocal - Schaumburg » NewsIggy Cascio, an 80-year-old Schaumburg resident, doesn’t like standing still. He wants to run. He's had setbacks in previous years, but after finishing top in …...
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