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marathon

adjective extended, forever, lasting, lengthened, lingering, long, long-drawn, long-drawn-out, long-winded, never-ending, overlong, prolonged, taking forever, time-consuming, unending
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The slogan they will wear on the back of their shirts for Sunday's Los Angeles Marathon reads, ``We are running for diversity and peace.
The Denver Marathon course was designed by McGillivray and his Denver Marathon operations team.
Every marathon in the world tries to make its course table-top flat.
The new Denver Marathon will welcome international elite athletes including local Coloradoan Alan Culpepper, who is ranked the #2 marathoner in U.
With a new title sponsor, a new series format and an increase in our anti-doping efforts, the Abbott World Marathon Majors begins a new era in marathon history," said Carey Pinkowski, executive race director of the Bank of America Chicago Marathon.
OCTOBER | Royal Parks Half Marathon | Cardiff Half Marathon | Salisbury Half and Sunday marathon).
Chuck Teixeira, a longtime Santa Clarita runner, hasn't missed a marathon in 12 years.
The temperature was 49 degrees (F) at the start of the marathon and never rose above the mid-50s throughout the morning.
More than 5,000 individuals participated in the events of the inaugural 2006 Denver Marathon, which debuted as Colorado's largest full marathon selling out in its first year.
Facing arguably the best field in New York City Marathon history, and possibly the strongest assembled for a non-Olympic event, adds to Keflezighi's challenge.
Meanwhile, if you are a marathon runner over 40 years old and have known heart risks such as a family history of heart disease, high cholesterol, or high blood pressure, discuss your training plans with your doctor.
Despite the challenging domestic environment, Marathon achieved some notable upstream accomplishments last year," said Corry.