They crossed the finish line together, father and son, having completed the marathon Saturday in 3 hours, 53 minutes and 52 seconds. Not a bad time considering Chris Brennan pushed 12-year-old Ryan the whole way in a running stroller.
Eddie Vega will run the streets of Baltimore Saturday just as he has his last 70 marathons — barefoot. Up Paca. Down St. Paul. A 26.2-mile jaunt over bottle caps and bits of glass and stuff that's better left unsaid.
Two years ago, during a triathlon relay race, Tom Gilburg rode a bicycle 26 miles. He was 73 at the time.
For marathoner Barry Goldmeier, it's not about winning or losing, but the show he puts on during a race.
Here's one man's scheme for running in Saturday's Baltimore marathon: strap an iPad to your back, show highlights of the Orioles' three world championships and hope other runners hang back to watch it.
Mike Boddicker has a World Series ring from the Orioles, whom the right-hander helped win it all in 1983. On Friday, however, he'll wear a Kansas City Royals T-shirt to watch the start of the American League Championship Series.
They were 60 pounds lighter, on average, than the behemoths who'll man the trenches for the Ravens on Sunday. But the players who hunkered down on the offensive line for the Colts during Baltimore's halcyon years of the 1970s were a rugged and agile group, most of whom remain good...
Former Baltimore Bullets star will be roasted in Washington on Monday