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Saucony 500 Mile Challenge! Week 11 - Sunday

Your first real race will be a revelation. You should be able to handle the distance, but your pace may be slower than you expect. Don’t worry. You’ll recover quickly and should be racing fit in 3–5 races. Only the 500 Mile group should be doing morning runs beginning this week.

Saucony 500 Mile Challenge! Week 11 - Saturday

Your first real race will be a revelation. You should be able to handle the distance, but your pace may be slower than you expect. Don’t worry. You’ll recover quickly and should be racing fit in 3–5 races. Only the 500 Mile group should be doing morning runs beginning this week.

Saucony 500 Mile Challenge! Week 11 - Friday

Your first real race will be a revelation. You should be able to handle the distance, but your pace may be slower than you expect. Don’t worry. You’ll recover quickly and should be racing fit in 3–5 races. Only the 500 Mile group should be doing morning runs beginning this week.

The Marine Corps Marathon Introduces 2014 Course

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Interactive course map includes location of key points for runners and spectators; limited changes to the 2014 course including the introduction of an even greater view of the US Capitol - QUANTICO, Va. - The Marine Corps Marathon (MCM) is introducing the 2014 Marathon course and online interactive map for the 39th running of the event on Sunday,  Oct. 26. The 26.2 mile journey will begin in Arlington, VA and travel along spectacular National Park landscape throughout the nation's capital to the finish on the Marine Corps War Memorial in Rosslyn, VA. The dynamic online map, created in partnership with Bethesda, MD-based web software and interactive services firm, Geocentric, is accessible on the MCM website (www.marinemarathon.com).