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There is more to training for a marathon than running a few laps around the track. Finishing 26.2 miles, or even getting to the starting line, takes attention to some details about eating and hydrating, miles covered, and aches and pains. Dr. John Senatore, avid runner and chief of podiatry in Union...
In April's London Marathon, 69-year-old Anthony Gaskell's time of 3:05:00 set a world record for his age group.
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Midway through today's Baltimore Marathon, when her feet start to blister and her legs start to burn, Beth O'Grady will look toward heaven and ask her brother for help.
Mike Solomon will hit the streets tomorrow for all the right reasons. Homeless last year, and hooked for much of his life on drugs and booze, he has since recovered and will compete in the half-marathon at the Baltimore Running Festival.
Brian Boyle wants to run along the streets of the city that helped him learn to walk again.
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Marathon winner Keter tops '07 leader Itati, who finishes 10th; Peru's Portilla wins women's race
Baltimore Marathon officials allowed seven hours for people to complete yesterday's 26.2-mile race. Ray Scharenbrock chugged in with 45 seconds to spare - and a maxim for runners everywhere.
Organizers of this weekend's Baltimore Running Festival can't say exactly how many families, spouses, friends and co-workers will be running among the more than 17,000 who have signed up for the eighth annual event.
The three years that passed since John Itati ran through the streets of Baltimore didn't tarnish his memory. The same mile marker brought the same surge past the rest of the field and the identical feeling that he couldn't lose.
A bed in Connecticut was too comfortable, so Omea Peter will tour Baltimore.
The men's marathon at the Athens Olympics ranks near the top of road racing's great catastrophes.
The Oct. 15 Baltimore Running Festival has attracted a record total of entries, and the number getting their heart rate up near the Camden Yards staging area could exceed 10,000.
Erick Kimaiyo and Elvira Kolpakova again ruled the roads of Baltimore, albeit with considerably more suspense.
Marathons aren't for everyone.