Marathons

2016 TCS New York City Marathon to be Broadcast Live on ABC7, ESPN2 and Available Globally in 175 Countries and Territories on Sunday, November 6

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ESPN commentators John Anderson and Sage Steele to serve as lead announcers with support from 13 nationally and locally recognized commentators, reporters, and analysts - New York, November 2, 2016— The 2016 TCS New York City Marathon will be broadcast live on ABC7, ESPN2 and is available globally in 175 countries and territories on Sunday, November 6, from 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. ET, with extended coverage until 2:00 p.m. ET on ABC7 in the New York tristate area, it was announced today by New York Road Runners. The 40th running of the five-borough course will also be available via the ABC app in New York and WatchESPN app nationally from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. ET.

Mainova Frankfurt Marathon Diaries: Mamitu Daska wins Frankfurt in 2:25:27, despite stomach battles

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The women's marathon in Frankfurt was quite compelling. The debut of a German citizen in Fate Tola, and the racing tandem of Mona Stockhecke, Martina Strehl, Charlotte Purdue and Lindsay Flanagan found all with PBs afterwards.

Running for women in Germany is like running for women in the U.S. in the 1980s. It is just beginning to blossom. It is ironic as the running marathon fever created by Christina Vahlenshek, Utta Pippig, among others shows that German women can race quite well in the global marathon scene.

Mainova Frankfurt Marathon Diaries: Mark Korir wins Frankfurt in 2:06:44!

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The 2016 Mainova Frankfurt Marathon was a huge success. Over 15,800 runners started the race, on a fine, cool, clear day at the end of October in Frankfurt, Germany. Mark Korir battled over the entire 42 kilometers, taking the last 4 kilometers to win the race. Mamitu Daska took the women's win, even with a irritated stomach, barely holding off Fate Tola.

2016 Columbus Marathon

Written by Sarah Irvin Clark.

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The October 16th Nationwide Children’s Hospital Columbus Marathon & ½ Marathon featured a field of 18,000 participants and, over the past five years, has raised more than $5.8 million for the hospital.