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Tatyana McFadden going for third straight victory at #ChiMarathon . by Shannon Ryan via twitter 10/13/2013 12:15:13 PM Jeremy Gorner reports: At 5 a. m. , a few dozen security guards from Monterrey Security began checking people into the Marathon
The 36th annual Chicago Marathon steps off at 7 a.m...This is America's first major marathon since the Boston Marathon bombings incident earlier in 2013, and enhanced security measures have been put into place for the Chicago event.
Moses Mosop not only hopes to be the fastest man in Sunday's Chicago Marathon, he wants to complete a comeback run in record time. The 28-year-old Kenyan, the 2011 Chicago winner, said Friday he's nearly back to full strength after being sidelined
After the Boston Marathon bombings April 15, some of Lisa Reighter's friends wondered whether she would drop out of the Chicago Marathon. She had never run one before, so why risk it now? I think runners have a really strong community feel anyway,
Travelers at O'Hare taking the "L" into town had to wait in long lines for fare cards Friday as the CTA continues its transition to Ventra, its new fare payment system. Two days before the Chicago Marathon, which attracted 45,000 runners and an
11 October 2013 0 View comments A woman whose leg muscles were shredded in the Boston bombing has shown extraordinary determination as she prepares to run a marathon this weekend. Lee Ann Yanni, 31, was standing 10 feet from the finish line with her
Moses Mosop hopes to be the fastest man in Sunday's Chicago Marathon...He said Friday that he's nearly back to full strength after being sidelined for nearly 18 months with a calf injury. The elite fields for the race include 37 men and 20 women
A quiet revolution will hit the streets of Auckland next month when the annual marathon comes to town. Charity running is starting to gain a strong foothold in the race which has the potential to grow into a multimillion-dollar industry. Steve
2012 Chicago Marathon Updated: October 11, 2013 9:34AM Like bison shedding their winter fur, a herd of nearly 40,000 marathon runners will peel off their outer layers of clothing and stampede through Chicago Sunday morning.
Fences are going up, streets are closing down and trim athletes are flying in from around the world ahead of Sunday's Chicago Marathon. But behind the scenes, police are preparing for what will be the most closely monitored race the largest marathon