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  • Father and disabled son will complete Baltimore Marathon together

    Father and disabled son will complete Baltimore Marathon together
    Heading home after a tough day at work, Jeremy Haugh is beat — too tired, he knows, to run. Someone else has other ideas. Routinely, Haugh said, as he pulls his SUV into the driveway of the family's home in Charlottesville, Va., 8-year-old...
  • Traffic alert: Street closings for Baltimore Marathon

    The following parking restrictions will be implemented on Saturday, October 15, 2011: ∙ Linwood Avenue from Eastern Avenue to Fayette Street 12:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. ∙ Eastern Avenue (north side) from Linwood to Patterson Park Avenues 12:00 a....
  • The family that runs together

    Marty and Betty Brosenne's five children, now in their forties and fifties and scattered around the country, are reuniting later this month to run the Baltimore Marathon and raise money for the hospice organization that helped their parents. And, not...
  • City primed for biggest Baltimore Running Festival yet

    City primed for biggest Baltimore Running Festival yet
    Lee Corrigan still remembers the first Baltimore Marathon 11 years ago, when just 6,000 runners took part in the festivities and the city barely stopped to notice. The event's founder faced plenty of doubters, many who didn't believe Corrigan and his...
  • Running through the zoo makes for a wild Marathon

    Running through the zoo makes for a wild Marathon
    Jack Ramsey was chugging along in the Baltimore Marathon Saturday when he spotted the penguin by the side of the road. So he stopped, fished a camera from his pocket and took a picture of Tails, a six-year-old African blackfooted penguin who lives in the...
  • Kenyan Muange wins Baltimore Marathon in his first race at that distance

    Kenyan Muange wins Baltimore Marathon in his first race at that distance
    Running in a tight pack as he cruised through downtown streets, the zoo and the Under Armour headquarters, Stephen Muange didn't want to push the pace at Saturday's Baltimore Marathon. It wasn't because he couldn't, or even that he didn't want to. The...
  • Three pregnant women finish races at Baltimore Running Festival

    Amanda Weeks, Kellie Batz and Sarah Mack — the pregnant runners featured in a Baltimore Sun story this week — all finished their respective races Saturday at the Baltimore Running Festival. Weeks, 33, of Ellicott City, completed the half-...
  • Stadium Authority: No effort to deceive in discussion of Grand Prix contract

    The recent article about the status of the Baltimore Grand Prix and Downforce Racing suggests the Maryland Stadium Authority (MSA) stalled the Baltimore Sun's efforts to secure material through the Public Information Act to prevent a public relations...
  • First-time marathon winner put in an amazing performance

    As a cross country and track runner, I am astonished that a first-time runner won the Baltimore Marathon ("Kenyan Muange wins Baltimore Marathon in his first race at that distance," Oct. 15). Having never run a marathon before, I can't say I know what it...
  • Marathon coverage came up lame

    Shame on you. What an embarrassment The Sun's coverage of the Baltimore Marathon was. Accompanying the article describing "one of the most thrilling finishes in the event's 11 year history" you chose to offer photos of a bunch of runners-up approaching...
  • Occupy Baltimore: an open-ended conclusion

    Occupy Baltimore: an open-ended conclusion
    Now entering its third week, Occupy Baltimore has settled into its appropriated digs at the Inner Harbor, taking regular deliveries of pizzas and camping out overnight for what its website calls an Indefinitely Long Peaceful Demonstration. Emphasis on...
  • Survey: Grand Prix fell short of spending projections

    Survey: Grand Prix fell short of spending projections
    Baltimore Grand Prix attendees spent as much as $25 million — far short of the $70 million projected by race organizers, according to an economic impact survey released this week. In their report, two Maryland professors also found about three-...