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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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Team ASICS Runs New York A brand characterized by its legacy coupled with fresh innovation, it is only fitting that the highly accomplished marathoner Deena Kastor will compete in this year's TCS New York City Marathon, along with up and coming ASICS Mammoth Track Club runner Lauren Kleppin on of behalf of Team ASICS.
Marathoner and geographic information systems consultant Paul A.
ASICS Brings Back Support Your Marathoner Back for a fourth year, ASICS will help spread the marathon love over 26.
She is most noted for winning the 2005 Chicago Marathon and the 2006 Flora London Marathon, where she became the fastest female marathoner ever with a time of 2:19:36.
Marathoners, as a group, have slightly higher incomes than general runners.
Leon, like, Laney, also won the Eugene Marathon that year in his first career race but has since become one of the top marathoners in the United States.
David Kunkle, Former Dallas Police Chief and Dallas mayoral candidate and marathoner himself, stated that, "I know they play an instrumental part in making sure the runners get from the various venues of the race.
This quintessentially Minnesotan event attracts marathoners, families, groups of friends and the eight guys who don a green and yellow caterpillar costume and trot the 5K in step.
Many marathoners consume an excess of gels over the course of a race.
Most recently Rodale Publishing named Detroit as one of the 10 best races for first-time marathoners and Competitor Magazine named Detroit's "underwater mile" one of the 26 most memorable marathon miles in 2010.
About 340 marathoners who pre-registered for the race skipped it, for a total of 960 people running the longer course.
Atlas got to use his new course this year because he is the golf marathon's national chairman and because of the generosity of course owner Ted Robinson, who made the facility's Valley course available exclusively for marathoners Monday and donated box lunches.