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Qualifying For Famed Boston Marathon Gets Harder
In February 2011, The Boston Athletic Association announced new qualifying times for the famed Boston Marathon. Not only are the times lower, but there is a rolling registration: The fastest runners get in first with registration staggered over a few days. Even if you have a Boston qualifying time, it doesn’t guarantee a Boston Marathon race number. More.
Lagat, Reese Lead Squad U.S. of 51 – Istanbul 2012
Behind the strength of 2010 World indoor champions Bernard Lagat and Brittney Reese and a total of six athletes with world best marks, Team USA brings a deep field of 51 athletes into the 2012 IAAF World Indoor Championships, Istanbul, Turkey, 9-11 March. More.
ABN-AMRO City-Pier-City Half Marathon Returns On Mar. 11
Four men with sub-60 minute credentials will headline the ABN-AMRO City-Pier-City Half Marathon on 11 March. The race, which goes from The Hague to Scheveningen and back, will celebrate its 38th edition. Jonathan Kiplimo Maiyo is the fastest of the four Kenyan sub-60 entrants. More.
Marine Corps Historic Half Invites Runners to ‘Take a Leap’ on Feb. 29
The Marine Corps Historic Half marathon and Dominion Virginia Power invite runners to “take a leap” on Wednesday, Feb. 29 and register for the Historic Half with a chance to win an exclusive prize package. One lucky runner registering that day for the Historic Half will be randomly selected as winner of the leap day prize package. More.
Register For Air Force Marathon before Mar. 17 To Win All-Access Prize Package
Anyone registering for the Air Force Marathon before March 17, 2012, will be automatically entered to win an All-Access Prize Package. The 16th annual race, which takes place Sept. 15, includes a full marathon (26.2 miles), a half marathon (13.1 miles) and a 10K race (6.2 miles). A 5K race (3.1 miles), hosted by Wright State University, will take place Sept. 14. More.
Rock ‘n’ Roll Providence Half Marathon – Registration for TourPass
Registration for TourPass will launch on Thursday, March 1st. In 2012, participants may register for one or more events beginning with the Rock ‘n’ Roll Providence Half Marathon through the Latin Music Miami Beach Half Marathon for $299, plus a one-time processing fee. TourPass applies only to North American races, excluding Las Vegas. More.
Online Registration Deadline For Honda LA Marathon Is Mar. 9
As the clock ticks closer to the start of the 2012 Honda LA Marathon on March 18th, another clock is winding down: online registration — and the current pricing that goes along with it — will close on Friday, March 9th. After that, runners will not be able to sign up again until the Expo on March 16th and 17th, and will pay a higher registration fee. More.
Registrations Now Open For Oxford Half Marathon
REGISTRATION is now open for the Oxford Half Marathon and Oxford-based charity Helen & Douglas House has been named the event’s charity partner. Up to 6,000 runners are expected to hit the streets on Sunday, October 14, after the first event last year was hailed a success by organisers. Early-bird places are £26 for affiliated runners or £28 for non-affiliated runners. More.
Registration Opens For Flora Women’s Mini Marathon
REGISTRATION for the ever popular Flora Women’s Mini Marathon has opened. In 2011, almost 1,000 Offaly ladies took part in the event, which this year will take place in Dublin’s city centre on the June Bank Holiday Monday, June 4. This year the Flora Women’s Mini Marathon is celebrating 30 years of family health, fun and fitness and to mark the occasion, Flora is running a competition to find families from all over the country that have made the event an integral part of their lives. More.
Early Registrations Still Open For WCU’s Valley of the Lilies Half Marathon
Runners still have time to register for Western Carolina University’s Valley of the Lilies Half Marathon and 5-K at early registration rates before March 1. The half marathon held Sunday, March 25, and take runners on a 13.1-mile journey through the WCU campus and along the Tuckaseigee River. The 5K run-walk is a new addition this year. More.
Hurtado wins Tri-Cities Half Marathon
Richland’s David Hurtado won the inaugural U.S. Running Association’s Tri-Cities Half-Marathon on Sunday, finishing with a time of 1 hour, 16 minutes and 10 seconds. Yakima’s Erica McElrea was the overall women’s champion, finishing in 1:27.49. More.
Sammy Kitwara, Vivian Cheruiyot Win World’s Best 10K
Kenya’s Sammy Kitwara prevailed at the World’s Best 10K last Sunday in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Accordingly, his winning time was 28 minutes and five seconds, which was the slowest winning time since 2008. In the women’s division, Vivian Cheruiyot ran a personal best to win in 30:47. Her time was the fourth-fastest in the history of the race. It was also the fastest time raced since 2004. More.