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Atlanta Track Club to Run for Hurricane Relief Efforts

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Portion of race registrations will be donated to the American Red Cross - ATLANTA – September 13, 2017 – In response to the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma, Atlanta Track Club launched “Run for Relief” this week. The weeklong fundraising drive for the American Red Cross will collect portions of race registrations and donate them to disaster relief efforts.

Mainova Frankfurt Marathon on October 29: Title holder Mark Korir returns

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Title holder Mark Korir returns for Frankfurt Round Two - The Mainova Frankfurt Marathon on October 29 will offer round two of a contest which produced a thrilling encounter a year ago. The full set of podium finishers in the men’s race has been brought together by the organizers for a re-match. The title holder Mark Korir will race against his fellow Kenyans Martin Kosgey and Cybrian Kotut who finished second and third in 2016.

News From Around the World - EME NEWS (SEPT 12, 2017)

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Berlin 2018: 75 000 tickets sold - BERLIN (GER): First record for Berlin European Championships 2018. 330 days before the event already 75 000 tickets have been sold. It is the best start ever for the championships in terms of ticket sales. London World Championships succes contributed, top foreign sales came from Great Britain, Poland, Switzerland and Netherlands. In total 300 000 spectators are expected. New in offer are hospitality tickets with exclusive service.

Keitany and Farah make history at Great North Run

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Mo Farah became the first athlete to win four consecutive titles at the Simplyhealth Great North Run, while Mary Keitany became the event’s third three-time winner of the women’s race in South Shields on Sunday (10).

News From Around the World - EME NEWS (SEPT 11, 2017)

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Athens marathon expects 50 000 runners - ATHENS (GRE): The 35th edition of the “Athens Marathon. The Authentic” takes place on Sunday, November 12, beginning as ever from the coastal town of Marathon and leading elite and mass runners on the challenging course into the heart of Athens and the finish line in the marble arena of the Panathenaic Stadium. Prior to the marathon’s start on the second Sunday morning in November, the spotlight will be shared with the 11th International “Marathon Symposium” of the AIMS, organised by SEGAS. The venue for the annual meeting of more than 60 race directors from around the world has become an ideal match since AIMS moved its headquarters to Athens in 2011. Athens will also host the 11th AIMS Best Marathon Runner Awards Gala, with the best male and female runner over the classic distance in 2017 being decided by the votes of the more than 400 AIMS members. This year over 50,000 runners are expected to register for the various events in the Greek capital. They will include a record of at least 18,500 who will run the classic marathon with more than 8,500 of them arriving in Athens from over 100 countries. From Race News Service.