Organizers of the Lake Biwa Marathon, scheduled for Sunday, March 6, have announced their invited fields. The IAAF Gold Label race, one of the Japanese selection races for their IAAF World Championships Team, has improved the quality of their field for this year's 66th edition:
Five-hour program adds pre-race traffic reports and new features - LOS ANGELES, February 19, 2011 – Runners and fans of the 2011 Honda LA Marathon presented by K-Swiss will benefit from a greatly expanded and interactive radio broadcast of the March 20th race on AM 570 KLAC/FOX Sports LA. The five-hour broadcast of the marathon will begin at 5 a.m. and last throughout the entirety of the race.
33rd edition resonates with wide range of runners; another sold-out field - NAPA, Calif. - (February 20, 2011) - A sold-out crowd of 2,400 marathon participants from ten countries and 44 U.S. states will line up for the 33rd Kaiser Permanente Napa Valley Marathon on Sunday, March 6, 2011. When they do, this year's race theme, "All Things Boston," will resound in their ears, a tribute to the venerable Boston Marathon. The two marathons on opposite coasts have ties going back to the 1980s.
More than 20,000 have already registered; runners urged to act nowto avoid being shut out of March 20 race - LOS ANGELES, February 16, 2011 – Time is running out for runners who want to participate in the 2011 Honda LA Marathon presented by K-Swiss.
NEW QUALIFYING TIMES IN EFFECT FOR 2013 BOSTON MARATHON - BOSTON – The Boston Athletic Association (B.A.A.) announced today a change in its registration process for the Boston Marathon, allowing the fastest qualifiers to enter the earliest and with a rolling admission system while also offering all eligible runners an increased registration period. The changes in registration are a response by the B.A.A. to greater than ever demand by runners to gain entry into the Boston Marathon and culminate more than three months of analysis, including input from the running industry. Rather than accepting runners who have met the qualifying standards on a first come, first served approach, a more systematic, performance-based process will be employed.