Bradosky, Cherobon Win 35th Marine Corps Marathon

Written by George Banker, Running USA wire.

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Race record of more than 21,700 finishers on beautiful fall day in Washington, DC- WASHINGTON - (October 31, 2010) - The 35th running of the Marine Corps Marathon on Sunday morning started near the Pentagon along Route 110 and finished at the Marine Corps War Memorial (Iwo Jima). The temperature at race start was mid-40 and reached into high 50s under a sunny fall sky.

Watch the race live on the web this Sunday and get more information from the real time reports on the website

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The Commerzbank Frankfurt Marathon can be watched worldwide on the internet. The race starts at 10 am(Central European time / Be aware that clocks go back one hour in the night before the race!) and is broadcasted live by German TV station hr (Hessischer Rundfunk). You can follow this programme at:


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Pursuit of World Record Comes to LA’s Stadium to the Sea Course on November 1 - What:   In an ambitious attempt to set a new Guinness World Record, Marie-Louise Stenild will run the official course for the Honda Los Angeles Marathon Presented by K-Swiss on Monday, November 1 as part of her effort to become the first woman ever to complete seven marathons in seven days on seven continents. She has chosen the Los Angeles course as the third stop in a grueling week-long “7x7x7” effort that begins in Antarctica on October 30 and ends in her home town of London on November 5.

Quotes from Leading Athletes at the Press Conferences of the Commerzbank Frankfurt Marathon

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(Photo: Photorun) -Wilson Kipsang (Kenya/2:07:10) - “I was very happy with my marathon debut in Paris. This race in Frankfurtwill be a big challenge for me because the field is very strong. Some runners have faster times than me but that’s also a challenge. I expect the race to be fast and have set three goals for myself: first of all, I want to run a personal best, then if possible get under the course record (2:06:14) and thirdly I would like to run under 2:06.”