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  • Indianapolis welcomes runners registered for NYC marathon

    Indianapolis welcomes runners registered for NYC marathon
    As the Monumental Marathon stepped off downtown Saturday, hundreds of runners were among those who should've been in New York City for their run. Organizers of the New York City Marathon were forced to cancel the race at the last minute, as the city...
  • Would-be NYC marathon runners help storm victims

    Would-be NYC marathon runners help storm victims
    With slightly more than 36 hours to go before the 2012 ING New York City Marathon, Mayor Michael Bloomberg canceled the annual event, amid criticisms the runners would be siphoning off valuable resources needed in the city's recovery from Superstorm...
  • Bloomberg's marathon apology falls short

    Bloomberg's marathon apology falls short
    New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg came to his senses and canceled the NYC marathon. But he didn't sound very happy about it. He can take credit for finally doing the right thing even if he had little choice. The visual juxtaposition of runners waiting...
  • Record Turnout Expected for Harrisburg Marathon Means Big Business for the Capitol City

    Record Turnout Expected for Harrisburg Marathon Means Big Business for the Capitol City
    The New York Marathon was supposed to be last weekend, but because of all the problems Hurricane Sandy caused it was cancelled. Once it was cancelled, the registration for the Harrisburg Marathon on Sunday doubled . "Unfortunately everyone knows what...
  • Cyclone causes New York City Marathon runners to break stride

    Patty Snodgrass had qualified to run in her first New York City Marathon three years ago, but injuries derailed the retired U.S. Treasury Department employee from fulfilling that dream. She was going to use what is essentially a rain check from the New...
  • Turkey Trot Run To Add Some Flash For Anniversary

    Turkey Trot Run To Add Some Flash For Anniversary
    Organizers of the Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot run in will mark the race's 20th anniversary by moving the run to downtown Grand Rapids and having the finish inside Van Andel Arena. The race raises money for athletics programs in the Grand Rapids Public...
  • Latin Music Rock 'n' Roll Half Marathon: Bands and the run

    Latin Music Rock 'n' Roll Half Marathon: Bands and the run
    "I gotta run with my music," countless runners say each day, as they lace up their shoes. Well, Sunday's the day to leave the iPod at home, because the second annual St. Jude Latin Music Rock 'n' Roll Half Marathon will feature a live band at every...
  • Thousands expected for Blue Talon Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day

    Thousands expected for Blue Talon Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day
    Runners, get read for the Blue Talon Bistro Turkey Trot races on Thanksgiving Day in Williamsburg. Sponsored by the bistro and area businesses, the 5-K race gets underway at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 22, and the kids’ race starts at 9:30 a.m. The...
  • Varsity Q&A with Michael Wegner, cross country

    Varsity Q&A with Michael Wegner, cross country
    As a freshman at Loyola last fall, Michael Wegner excelled as one of the top cross country runners in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association. An All-Metro first-team selection, Wegner played a big role in helping the Dons win another MIAA...
  • Dana Point and Burbank Turkey Trots

    Gayle Anderson was live in Dana Point for the the 2012 "DANA POINT TURKEY TROT," hosted by The Dana Point Chamber of Commerce, TODAY from 7:00 a.m. to 12 Noon. More than 10,000 participants of all skill levels from 45 states and 100 cities in California...
  • La Cañada's turkey day 5k draws a big crowd

    La Cañada's turkey day 5k draws a big crowd
    Beneath bluebird skies and with temperatures in the low 60s, Foothill Boulevard in La Cañada Flintridge was filled with runners, families and pets Thursday morning for the Thanksgiving Day Run and Food Drive. In the event's 19th year, an estimated 1,500...