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Mutai Leads Strong Field At RAK Half

There are 10 runners entered who have gone under 60 minutes.

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.

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