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There Are Only 26 Miles to Go
And at the New York Marathon's end there was a predictable winner in Grete Waitz, a surprise in Alberto Salazar
ANGRY OVERSEER OF THE MARATHON
Jock Semple, the colorful Scot who manages Boston's epic event, wages a passionate battle for his race and against those who mock it.
A Master among Masters
From 5K's to marathons, John Campbell has been making a shambles of the over-40 record book
The most spectacular scene in Olympic Games history took place in London, 1908, when the Italian, Dorando, leading the marathon with a lap of the stadium ...
The hero of the Marathon didn't win it
England's Fred Norris took third in the Boston Marathon, but he won a victor's applause for sportsmanship
Cold The inaugural South Pole Marathon was a subzero struggle that ended in bitter arguments, threatened lawsuits and even a complaint to the FBI
Somehow they finished this frozen ordeal, this 26.2-mile slogacross the icy, wind- raked bottom of the world. More amazing isthe fact that ...
IF YOU THINK IT'S DIFFICULT TO WIN A MARATHON, JUST TRY FINISHING LAST
Winning the New York City Marathon is easy. Bill Rodgers has done it four times and Grete Waitz three. No one, however, has been durable or ...
The Marathon's Maine Woman
Down East runner Joan Benoit strode into downtown Beantown with a stunning world best—2:22:42
Hot & Cold At the Marathon des Sables, billed as the world's toughest footrace, even the stoutest of competitors couldn't avoid getting Saharan sand kicked (and blown) in their faces
His left eye fused shut by sand, sweat and tears, and his righteye barely functional behind his sand-shielding sunglasses, DougGallaher was ...
Hot Rod In a steamy trials marathon, Rod DeHaven grabbed the only U.S. ticket to Sydney
Props to Rod DeHaven. His victory on Sunday in the U.S. Olympic Trials marathon in Pittsburgh was rich in the courage and drama that make ...