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  • Kenyan star to run in Chicago Marathon

    Kenyan star to run in Chicago Marathon
    Kenya's Moses Mosop, who ran the fastest marathon ever by a first-timer and the second-fastest one in history, today announced he will run the 2011 Bank of America Chicago Marathon in October. Mosop's time of 2:03:06 at the 2011 Boston Marathon is the...
  • Ryan Hall, top U.S. marathoner, will run Chicago this fall to try new tactics

    Ryan Hall, top U.S. marathoner, will run Chicago this fall to try new tactics
    As he trained next to an Alpine lake in St. Moritz, Switzerland last week, Ryan Hall turned the workout into a simulation of the reason why he will compete in the Oct. 9 Bank of America Chicago Marathon. Hall ran 45 minutes as if he were in the lead...
  • Spotify: Create your digital mixtape and let the world listen

    Spotify: Create your digital mixtape and let the world listen
    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?...
  • Fit to be an Iron Girl

    Fit to be an Iron Girl
    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...
  • Chicago Marathon registration opens Wednesday

    Chicago Marathon registration opens Wednesday
    Registration for the Bank of America Chicago Marathon, which takes place Oct. 7, opens noon Wednesday at www.chicagomarathon.com The field is limited to the first 45,000 entrants. Entry fee is $150 for U.S. participants and $175 for participants...
  • Running leaders shoot the sport in the foot

    Running leaders shoot the sport in the foot
    Why not have a women's marathon world record category for days with 39 percent humidity? Or another one for days when the sun shines more than two hours? Or one for courses with fewer than six turns?  More than 11?  That run across the 49th parallel?...
  • Schaumburg marathoner Rizzo headed for Pan Am Games

    Schaumburg marathoner Rizzo headed for Pan Am Games
    North Central College graduate Patrick Rizzo, who grew up in Schaumburg, is to run the marathon at the Pan American Games next month in Guadalajara, Mexico. USA Track & Field picked Rizzo as one of its two entries for the Oct. 30 race. He also has...
  • Radical thinking on antioxidants

    Radical thinking on antioxidants
    Antioxidant-rich products promise an easy way to stave off disease. Simply swallow two softgels daily or knock back a glass of goji-pomegranate juice and the "supercritical" compounds will neutralize those nasty free radicals that threaten your health....
  • A Chicago marathon in Afghanistan

    A Chicago marathon in Afghanistan
    The Chicago marathon already has one winner. William “Billy” Boland, an Air Force captain and ROTC instructor at Chicago’s Illinois Institute of Technology, was the first of some 70 troops to cross the finish line Friday in the Bank...
  • 10 things you might not know about running

    10 things you might not know about running
    The Chicago marathon, a world-renowned running event, takes place Sunday. Interested in runners' trivia? Here are 10 things to jog your imagination: 1 The verb "run" has 645 meanings, more than any other word in the Oxford English Dictionary. In addition...
  • Fallen Chicago marathoner was N.C. firefighter raising money for burn victims

    Fallen Chicago marathoner was N.C. firefighter raising money for burn victims
    Firefighter William Caviness was a life-long athlete and veteran marathoner from North Carolina who signed up for the Chicago race aiming to raise $2,000 for burn victims. He raised nearly $2,500 before the race, and his supporters followed his...