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Gebrselassie takes fourth Berlin Marathon title

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from IAAF - Berlin, Germany - Haile Gebrselassie took the real,- Berlin Marathon in 2:06:08, missing his own world record of 2:03:59 after slowing considerably during the final seven kilometres today.

But the great Ethiopian still broke a World record in the German capital*. He had passed the 30km mark in 1:27:49. This time is still unofficial since official hand timing results were not available immediately after the race. Berlin race director Mark Milde had foreseen the possibility of a 30km record and had placed official timekeepers at that mark.

Jason Lehmkuhle Places Third at 20k Championships; Josh Moen Wins Victory 10k on Labor Day

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Minneapolis/St. Paul - Sept. 8, 2009 - Team USA Minnesota's Jason Lehmkuhle placed third at the USA 20k Championships in New Haven, Conn., in a personal best time of 59:04.  Making his third appearance at the 20k race, held in conjunction with the Stratton Faxon New Haven 20k Road Race on Labor Day, Lehmkuhle previously finished third in 2007 in 59:42, and fifth in 2006 with a time of 59:55.

Ethiopia Earns International Team Challenge at Rock 'n' Roll Half Marathon

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from Running USA - By: Dan Cruz - VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - (September 6, 2009) - Junior half-marathon world record holder Abebu Gelan 19, led a sweep of the women's professional race, leading Ethiopia to victory in the first International Team Challenge at the 9th Rock 'n' Roll Half Marathon in Virginia Beach on Sunday morning.

Hyung, Grantz Win Fourth Disneyland Half Marathon

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ANAHEIM, Calif. - (September 6, 2009) - Jaeyung Hyung, 38, of Las Cruces, N.M., celebrated his first-place finish at the fourth Disneyland Half Marathon on Sunday, crossing the finish line with a time of 1 hour, 10 minutes, 44 seconds to lead the estimated field of nearly 12,000 participants.

Bank of America Chicago Marathon Celebrates Race's Community Impact with New Campaign

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CHICAGO, IL (September 1, 2009)  The Bank of America Chicago Marathon today launched its first-ever digital fundraising program, further extending the race's annual philanthropic impact of generating $10 million for local, national and global charities. The Marathon also introduced new advertising featuring 2009 race participants as well as results of a 2008 event economic impact study.{dybanners}6,x,y,z{/dybanners}