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Stories, photos and video and more from the 2018 Baltimore Running Festival.

See the winners and some of the scenes from the 18th Baltimore Running Festival.
With mild temperatures and the rain ending, runners in the Baltimore Marathon took to the downtown streets Saturday morning. An attorney and an astrophysicist won the men's and women's races, respectively.
Candace Chunkala and Eldrice Usher of Charleroi, Pa., were married in a brief ceremony before the start of the half-marathon and then finished the race in less than three hours.
In conjunction with the Baltimore Running Festival, the National Black Marathoners Association is having its 14th annual summit, and more than 300 members are registered to participate in one of Saturday’s races.
Marilyn Bevans, a Baltimore resident and the first African-American woman to break the three-hour mark for a 26.2 mile event, will be poised at the starting line again Saturday as the honorary starter for the Baltimore Running Festival.
Answers to all your questions about the 18th annual Baltimore Running Festival, set to take place downtown Saturday morning.
While last year’s men’s winner, Jordan Tropf, and women’s champion, Silvia Baage, will not return to defend their marathon titles, a strong field is primed to contend for both crowns.
With approximately 20,000 people expected downtown to enjoy the 18th annual Baltimore Running Festival on Saturday, specified roads and lanes will be closed, parking restrictions will be in effect and the city’s department of transportation has recommendations for all travelers.
The Baltimore Marathon will now lead runners toward Harbor Point for what the race's executive director hopes will give the athletes a scenic view of the water.
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