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Tiki Gelana Of Ethiopia Wins Women’s Marathon At London Olympics
Tiki Gelana of Ethiopia won the women’s marathon at the London 2012 Games by setting a new Olympic record of 2 hours, 23 minutes and 7 seconds, beating the previous mark by seven seconds. More.
Chen Ding Wins Men’s 20km Race Walk At Olympic 2012
China, having never before won an Olympic medal in race walking, took two medals here as Chen Ding became the youngest ever winner of a race walking Olympic title aged 19 years and 264 days! More.
Kenyans Stanley Biwott Wins Men’s Titles In 15th TD Beach to Beacon 10K Road Race
Kenyans Stanley Biwott (BEE’-waht) and Margaret Wangari (wahn-GAHR’-ee) prevailed in hot, humid conditions to win the men’s and women’s titles in the 15th TD Beach to Beacon 10K Road Race in southern Maine. More.
Mo Farah Wins Men’s 10,000m The First Ever For Great Britain
Fulfilling the extraordinary expectations heaped on his slight shoulders, Mo Farah captured a thrilling victory in the men’s 10,000m tonight, the first ever in the event for Great Britain. More.
First Annual Applecrest Half Marathon To Take Place On Sept. 2, 2012
The first annual Applecrest Half Marathon is one of the “must do” fall races in New England. The organization and amenities will be top notch, the course is outstanding, and all levels, including walkers, are welcome for this coastal tour, September 2, 2012 in Hampton Falls, New Hampshire. More.
15,000 Registered For Detroit Free Press/Talmer Bank Marathon On Oct. 21
So far, more than 15,000 people are registered for this year’s Detroit Free Press/Talmer Bank Marathon. By race day Oct. 21, that number will increase to 24,000, says Executive Race Director Rich Harshbarger. More.
Erin Densham Claims Bronze Medal At Olympic Triathlon
Erin Densham was driven by Australia’s proud past in the event as she battled magnificently to claim an Olympic triathlon bronze medal. As Switzerland’s Nicola Spirig dipped to edge out Swede Lisa Norden for the gold medal in the closest ever finish in Olympic triathlon, Densham added another chapter in her country’s Games history in the sport. More.
Robert Lida Wins 100-Meters In 13.50 Seconds At London Olympics
Robert Lida became the first man over the age of 75 to ever run under 13.50 seconds in the 100-meters in winning the event in 13.49 as fans on the campus of Benedictine University witnessed another world record on day three of the USA Masters Outdoor Championships in Lisle, Ill. More.
Rupp Wins Silver Medal At London Olympics
Not since Billy Mills’ storied sprint to win the 1964 Olympic Games has an American man graced the podium of the men’s 10,000 meters. That changed Saturday night at Olympic Stadium when Galen Rupp made his own dash into history to take second in the 10km, highlighting a night that also saw Carmelita Jeter win a silver medal, Will Claye a bronze and the host Great Britain three golds. More.