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Mo Farah Joins Galen Rupp in the 2018 Bank of America Chicago Marathon Men’s Elite Field

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The Chicago Marathon marks Farah’s third go at the distance and his first 42K on U.S. soil. He joins defending champion and former training partner, Galen Rupp, at the front of this year’s elite pack - CHICAGO – The Bank of America Chicago Marathon announced today that four-time Olympic gold medalist, six-time world champion and five-time European champion Mo Farah will join the 2018 Chicago Marathon elite competition. In 2012, Farah became the first British athlete in history to win an Olympic gold at the 10,000m, and he is just the second athlete in history to pull off back-to-back gold medals in both the 5000m and 10,000m at the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games.

Reigning Champions Return to 49th AJC Peachtree Road Race

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Race to Host the 2018 USATF 10 km Championship - ATLANTA – June 14, 2018 – Three of four reigning AJC Peachtree Road Race champions will return to defend their titles. The defending women’s champion and both defending wheelchair champions will be in Atlanta on July 4 while a first-time Peachtree Champion will be crowned in the men’s race.

Eliud Kipchoge’s Mission is to break his personal best

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Eliud Kipchoge’s aim at the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON on September 16 this year is clear cut: to break his personal best. Given that he is the Olympic champion and acknowledged to be the number one for the distance in recent years, this suggests the 33-year-old Kenyan is ready to produce something special. His best is currently 2:03:05, set in winning the 2016 Virgin Money London Marathon. This was eight seconds slower than the world record which remains in the possession of his compatriot Dennis Kimetto (2:02:57), when winning the 2014 race in Berlin. Kipchoge’s mental as well as physical prowess has suggested for some time that the world record is within his reach.

Kenya’s Mary Keitany Wins Third NYRR New York Mini 10K

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A total of 8,273 runners raced through Central Park at the 2018 NYRR New York Mini 10K, as the event surpassed the 200,000 total finisher mark, dating back to when it began as the world’s first road race exclusively for women in 1972

NYRR New York Mini 10K to Surpass 200,000 Total Finishers on Saturday, June 9, with Generations of Women and Girls, Past Champions, and Marathon Winners Running Together

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Record number to race Rising New York Road Runners youth race, while Boston Marathon champions Des Linden and Tatyana McFadden will lead star-studded professional athlete fields, including first-ever professional wheelchair division