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Depth Of Marathon Increases In 2012

The 26.2-mile race has become more competitive for both the men's and women's divisions.

Moses Mosop Looking For Big Purse

The world's second-fastest marathoner heads to Dubai next month.

Drama Class: How The NYC Marathon Builds An Elite Field

The Big Apple knows how to put on a road show.

Registration Closed For 2013 Berlin Marathon

Forty thousand runners signed up in three-and-a-half hours.

Meb Says Don’t Rule Him Out For A NYC Repeat

Olympic silver medalist Meb Keflezighi is a force to be reckoned with.

Makau Motivated By Mutai’s Berlin Race

The marathon world-record holder is gearing up for a fast race in Frankfurt.

Is A Sub-2-Hour Marathon A Possibility?

Two journalists discuss the answer to this question.

Geoffrey Mutai Prevails At Berlin Marathon

The fastest marathoner of all-time misses world-record.

Berlin-Bound: Exclusive Interview With Geoffrey Mutai

We caught up with the world's fastest marathoner, who returns to the roads this weekend in Berlin.

Geoffrey Mutai Leads Solid Berlin Field

The fastest marathoner of all-time will square off against a stacked field.

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