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USATF launches U.S. Open at Madison Square Garden; Lagat returns to Garden for men’s mile

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NEW YORK - Track & Field will return to the country's premier sports and entertainment venue for the 99th year on Saturday, January 28, when the U.S. Open Track & Field at Madison Square Garden kicks off USA Track & Field's 2012 Visa Championship Series, USATF announced Thursday. 

Kizaki out duels Ozaki in Yokohama

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Japan’s Ryoko Kizaki won the 2011 Yokohama International Women’s Marathon today (20), the first of the domestic Olympic qualifying race but because of the unseasonably warm weather, temperature rising above 24C, the winning time was relatively slow 2:26:32, and so it is not clear if Kizaki will be selected for the Olympic marathon team.


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John Paul “JP” Montes of Brooklyn and KellyGillen of the Upper East Side Are the First-Ever Winners of a NewRacing Tradition in Brooklyn - Brooklyn, NY (November 20, 2011):  This morning, nearly 400 runners gathered inProspect Park for the inaugural Brooklyn Marathon, a 26.2 mile race on aUSATF-certified and Boston-qualifying course, presented by NYCRUNS.  John Paul “JP” Montes of the North BrooklynRunners finished first place for men with a time of 2:43:14.  Kelly Gillen, who is not affiliated of anyteam, but resides in the Upper East Side, took home first place for women witha time of 3:14:31.

A NewMarathon Comes To Brooklyn

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Hundredsof Runners to Participate in Inaugural Race at Prospect Park  - November 2011:Brooklyn, NY: With Brooklyn being the most populous of all of the five boroughs and the number ofrunners within Kings County steadily on the rise, NYCRUNS is supplying thisouter section of New York City with what it demands: The Brooklyn Marathon. Taking place in Prospect Park on Sunday, November 20, NYCRUNS will hosthundreds of runners from the metropolitan area and beyond as they attempt toconquer a USATF-certified 26.2 mile course.