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L.A. Marathon Field Becomes More Competitive

The new additions arrive, because of the cancelled Nagoya Women's Marathon

Nagoya Marathon Cancelled, Runners Stranded

The marathon had previously been held every year since 1980.

Ethiopia Versus Kenya At The Lake Biwa Marathon

The race's stacked field puts the course record in jeopardy.

Hailu, Not Haile, Wins Tokyo Marathon

By the 33rd kilometer, it was his race to lose.

Japanese Showdown At The Osaka Women’s Marathon

The race is a World Championship qualifier.

Fewer Japanese Runners At Honolulu Marathon

Regardless of the decline in Japanese runners, they still will spend $100 million on tourism.

Middle-Aged Marathon Mania In Japan

Running is now a "cool" thing to do in Japan.

Barefoot Running Finally Reaches Japan

In a country with a tradition of removing footwear, there are surprisingly few barefoot runners.

Japanese University Team Wins Chiba Ekiden

The marathon-distance relay race was ultimately decided in the fourth leg.

Fujiwara Explains His DNF In NYC

Japan's top marathoner pulled out because of "intense abdominal pain".

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