• Petersen, Folts win Janus Rock ‘n’ Roll Denver Marathon, 5th edition race welcomes 15,000 runners, debuts new course and 10K

    Petersen, Folts win Janus Rock ‘n’ Roll Denver Marathon,  5th edition race welcomes 15,000 runners, debuts new course and 10K - DENVER (October 19, 2014) – As far as he knew, twenty-six-year-old Andy Wacker was fully prepared for this morning’s Janus Rock ‘n’ Roll Denver Marathon & ½ Marathon. He was sure the race started at 8 a.m. and arrived an hour early to stretch. But as he made his way to the start line, he noticed other runners rushing by in a big hurry. Very quickly, panic set in.  He wasn’t an hour early. He was seriously late, arriving with just a minute to spare before the gun went off.

    “I didn’t get to warm up quite like I wanted to and I definitely sprinted from my car and luckily got to the start line just in time. Don’t ever make that mistake!” he said, laughing. “It was way too close.”

    In the end, his mixup didn’t cost him anything except a little extra energy. Wacker would go on to win the half marathon in one hour, five minutes, 42 seconds. He ran alongside fellow Boulder resident Brent Vaughn for the first few miles, before making his move and maintaining his lead from mile 5 to the finish. Vaughn would finish in third place in 1:08:17, behind Benjamin Zywicki in second at 1:07:54.

  • Korir leaves it late in Toronto

    Laban Korir came through in the last three kilometres to win the men's race at the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon while Mulu Seboka won her third marathon of the year in the women's race

    Kenya’s Laban Korir, a training partner of Emmanuel Mutai and Eliud Kipchoge, came through late to win the men’s race at the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon, an IAAF Silver Label Road Race, on Sunday (19).

    In cold conditions, Korir chased down the leaders in the final three kilometres and pushed on for victory in 2:08:15.

    “I was not expecting to win the race. I was targeting to be in the top three as I said at the press conference,” said Korir, although he was slightly outside his target time.

  • Two-month countdown begins to 2014 USATF National Club Cross Country Champs

    BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA -- The 2014 USATF National Club Cross Country Championships will take place in less than two months -- on December 13 -- over Lehigh University’s historic cross-country course in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Early hotel bookings indicate that the annual event will be bigger than ever.

    Last year more than 1,200 runners and 100 teams entered the Club Championships in Bend, Oregon.

    “We thought our easy-to-reach location, just four hours from Washington, D.C. and five-and-a-half hours from Boston, would prove attractive to many East Coast runners,” says race director Terry Delph. “It looks like that’s happening.

  • Defending Champion Rita Jeptoo and Two-Time Olympic Medalist Eliud Kipchoge Claim Victory in Chicago

    The sixth Nike Northside/Southside Challenge again featured local high school athletes competing in a cross-country race covering the final 2.62 miles - CHICAGO (Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014) -- The 2014 Bank of America Chicago Marathon saw a record 40,802 runners crossed the finish line in Grant Park under ideal weather conditions. The men's race saw a Kenyan sweep with Eliud Kipchoge stealing the show in 2 hours, 4 minutes, 11 seconds, and Sammy Kitwara and Dickson Chumba dueling for second, with Kitwara out-striding Chumba.

    "They say if you have a will, then you will be successful," said Kipchoge, winning his first World Marathon Major and third marathon. "I had a will to transition to the marathon and that is why I have been able to win so well."

    In the women's race, Rita Jeptoo (KEN) easily defended her title, breaking the tape in 2:24:35. Mare Dibaba (ETH) held on for second in 2:25:37, and current half-marathon world record holder, Florence Kiplagat (KEN), secured a podium finish in 2:25:57.

  • Daska, Desisa Crowned Champions of the 14th B.A.A. Half Marathon

    Desisa has triumphant return to Beantown, establishing a course record of 1:00:34 for the half marathon, cruising to victory over Kenyans Daniel Salel and Stephen Sambu - BOSTON (Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014) - On a picture perfect day for racing, Ethiopians Mamitu Daska and Lelisa Desisa (right, image courtesy PhotoRun.net) were crowned champions at the 14th B.A.A. Half Marathon, presented by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund. Daska established a new event record of 1 hour, 8 minutes, 20 seconds, while Desisa earned his second consecutive B.A.A. Half Marathon victory in 1:01:38, covering the rolling, spectacular course through Boston’s Emerald Necklace park system in style.

    The B.A.A. Half Marathon is the third and final event of the 2014 B.A.A. Distance Medley, a three-race series which combines the B.A.A. 5K on April 19, the B.A.A. 10K on June 22, and today's B.A.A. Half Marathon. More than 2000 of the half marathon's entrants were participants in all three races in 2014.

    Smiling from ear to ear, the 30-year-old Daska had a race to remember. Through the opening miles, Daska found herself among a lead pack of five that included Kenyans Betsy Saina and Cynthia Limo, as well as American Molly Huddle. Together, they passed five miles in 25:48.

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