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Top 3 Boston Marathon Finishers to Run BAA 10K

Top professional field features rematch of top three placers from Boston Marathon at the B.A.A.’s newest race.   BOSTON ‰ÛÓ The Boston Athletic Association today announced that the second- and third-place finishers of the 2011 Boston Marathon, Moses Mosop, of Kenya and Gebre Gebremariam, of Ethiopia will return to Boston …

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USA Women (2nd), Men (3rd) at Bolder Boulder 10K

Assefa, Chepkurui Capture BolderBOULDER 10K Titles  Ethiopia again sweeps International Team Challenge; Hastings (4th), Carney (5th) top Americans; Team USA second (women) and third (men); race record 54,554 entrants as well as millionth finisher at 33rd edition By Mike Sandrock, Running USA wire     BOULDER, Colo. – (May 30, …

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Volunteers Needed for ME’s Beach to Beacon 10K

Volunteers Needed for Upcoming TD Bank Beach to Beacon 10K Road Race   Positions available in expanded parking program as well as Kid‰Ûªs Fun Run and race recycling program on race day   CAPE ELIZABETH, Maine (May  26, 2011) ‰ÛÒ The expanded parking program for the upcoming TD Bank Beach to Beacon …

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Women’s CR Holder Returning to Mt. Washington

51st Mount Washington Road Race  Mt. Washington Auto Road June 18, 2011 ‰ÛÒ 9 a.m.   ·         Amare racing well, returning to defend title; Siemers injured, unlikely to compete   May 27, 2011 — Pinkham Notch, N.H.   For next month‰Ûªs Mount Washington Road Race in the White Mountains of …

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Boston Marathon Champions to Run BAA 10K

Boston Marathon Champions Geoffrey Mutai and Caroline Kilel returning to Boston for B.A.A. 10K on June 26.   Reigning champions will compete in the inaugural event.   BOSTON ‰ÛÒ The Boston Athletic Association today announced that 2011 Boston Marathon men‰Ûªs and women‰Ûªs champions Geoffrey Mutai and Caroline Kilel, both of …

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When In Rome…

by Paul Josephson   Page 1 of 5 in the Running Around the World Section       I‰Ûªm running a few European marathons this year to check out crowds and organization, to sightsee, press the body to its limits, and to experience the joys of carbo-loading under the influence of …

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Joggling Turnips Unite!

by Thom Gilligan   I always thought that setting a world record in the marathon was serious business. Haile Gebrselassie has my complete admiration for his 2:03:59 romp in Berlin. I had the good fortune to be an eyewitness in the finish line grandstand in London in 2003 when Paula …

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RAMBLE ON! 28TH EDITION

A swirling breeze, plenty of sunshine and mild temperatures welcomed the thousands on hand for the 28th edition of the James Joyce Ramble on Sunday, May 1.   Vendor’s tents filled the grounds of the expansive Endicott Estate as the second race in the USATF-NE GP drew many of the …

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