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A1A Marathon

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  • FAU student, his prof pace A1A Marathon's top finishers

    FAU student, his prof pace A1A Marathon's top finishers
    Ricky Montez entered the A1A Marathon with one thought: If he wanted to win the race, he would have beat his teacher. The favorite going into Sunday's race, Joe Kappel, teaches organic chemistry at Florida Atlantic University, where Montez is a...
  • A1A Marathon to close some roads in Fort Lauderdale Sunday

    A1A Marathon to close some roads in Fort Lauderdale Sunday
    — Traffic will be detoured and some roads will be closed late Saturday and Sunday morning for the 2015 Fort Lauderdale A1A Marathon. The race, which begins at 6 a.m. Sunday, is expected to attract more than 4,000 participants. Traffic delays are...
  • Komen's Run 6K to debut during A1A Marathon

    The 10th anniversary of the Fort Lauderdale A1A Marathon and Half Marathon on Sunday will also mark the inaugural Komen's Run for the Pink 6K, which supports breast cancer research and testing. Registration for the marathon and half marathon, which...
  • Fort Lauderdale A1A Marathon partners with Susan G. Komen Foundation

    Fort Lauderdale A1A Marathon partners with Susan G. Komen Foundation
    A run supporting the Susan G. Komen Foundation is coming to Broward County, thanks to help from the director of the county's only marathon. On Feb. 15, Run for the Pink will take place in Fort Lauderdale in conjunction with the Publix Fort Lauderdale...
  • Maratón de A1A se asocia con Susan G. Komen

    Una carrera en apoyo a la Susan G. Komen Foundation viene hacia el condado de Broward, gracias a la ayuda del director de la única maratón del condado. El 15 de febrero se realizará "Run for the Pink" en Fort Lauderdale, junto con la maratón Fort...
  • Half-marathon season begins in South Florida

    Half-marathon season begins in South Florida
    You can wear a costume, find all kinds of company at the back of the pack and maybe even get a half-dozen doughnuts. As South Florida's weather cools, half-marathon season heats up. And race directors say they're continuing to see an increase of runners...
  • La temporada del medio maratón comienza en el sur de Florida

    La temporada del medio maratón comienza en el sur de Florida
    Podrás vestir un disfraz, encontrar todo tipo de compañía en los últimos puestos del grupo y hasta recibir media docena de donuts. Al tiempo que el clima del sur de Florida se refresca, la temporada del medio maratón se calienta. Y los directores de...
  • Weekend preview: A cool scene right Next Door

    Weekend preview: A cool scene right Next Door
    For all the outreach that happens in downtown Fort Lauderdale’s FAT Village, many folks who live around the area remain hesitant to dip a toe in. Even the monthly Art Walk is a challenge for those people able to walk without falling down, but...
  • A1A Marathon: Paralyzed crime victim finds purpose racing handcrank wheelchair

    The man who fired the shot that paralyzed her was sentenced to life in prison last October. Two months later, Christine Kent found new direction in life by completing her first marathon in a handcrank wheelchair. "I was only going to do the half...
  • Crime victim tells her story — no pity, please

    Crime victim tells her story — no pity, please
    She could dwell on the memory of the gun cocking behind her head. Or the sick feeling that overcame her when she saw her leg swing "like a rag doll"—the moment she knew she was paralyzed. But Christine Kent, 46, isn't the type to host a pity party....