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  1. The Non-Runner's Marathon Trainer by David Whitsett, Forrest Dolgener, et all 1998-01-11
  2. The Nonrunner's Marathon Guide for Women: Get Off Your Butt and On with Your Training by Dawn Dais, 2007-01-03
  3. The Marathon Method: The 16-Week Training Program that Prepares You to Finish a Full or Half Marathon in Your Best Time by Tom Holland, 2007-04-01
  4. Marathon: The Ultimate Training Guide by Hal Higdon, 2005-09-03
  5. Four Months to a Four-hour Marathon,Updated by Dave Kuehls, 2006-06-27
  6. Marathon: You Can Do It! by Jeff Galloway, 2010-05-11
  7. Half-Marathon: You Can Do It by Jeff Galloway, 2006-04-05
  8. Run Faster from the 5K to the Marathon: How to Be Your Own Best Coach by Brad Hudson, Matt Fitzgerald, 2008-07-29
  9. The Battle of Marathon (Yale Library of Military History) by Peter Krentz, 2010-09-07
  10. Boston Marathon: The Legendary Course Guide by Raymond Britt, 2010-01-25
  11. Essential Guide To Training For Your First Marathon by Joe Donovan, 2009-02-20
  12. Beginner's Half-Marathon Trainer: The 14-Week Program to Completing a Half-Marathon in Your Best Time by Jon Ackland, 2008-03-03
  13. 50/50: Secrets I Learned Running 50 Marathons in 50 Days -- and How You Too Can Achieve Super Endurance! by Dean Karnazes, 2009-08-12
  14. Mastering the Marathon: Time-Efficient Training Secrets for the 40-plus Athlete by Don Fink, 2010-09-01

1. - Marathons, Running Directory And Community the complete marathon resource and community. Complete directory of marathons, results, athlete and race news, results, history, training schedules, chat

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Home Page Items: Featured Stories Weekend Results News Featured Stories New York City Marathon Coverage Begins
The Nov. 7th 2010 New York City Marathon will feature the marathon world record holder, Haile Gebrselassie, battling the defending champion and sentimental favorite American Meb Keflezighi, among others. The women's field will feature a rematch of the top Boston Marathon finishers as well as the anticipated marathon debut of Shalane Flanagan and more of the top American women running as part of the USA Women's Marathon championship race. The field is as strong as ever and we'll be launching our week-long coverage starting Tuesday morning and following through to updates throughout the week and live/on-site coverage on race day. Visit these pages throughout the week for the previews and insights about the latest edition of this great race. Upcoming Marathon Registration Fee Increases
Following are some marathons that have upcoming price increases. If you plan to register for one of these races, you can save some money by registering now:
Little Rock Marathon
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3. Marathon - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The book The Ultimate Guide to International marathons (1997), written by Dennis Craythorn and Rich Hanna, ranks the Stockholm Marathon as the best marathon in the world.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For other uses, see Marathon (disambiguation) Competitors during the 2007 Berlin Marathon Competitors during the 1990 London Marathon The marathon is a long-distance running event with an official distance of 42.195 kilometres miles and 385 yards that is usually run as a road race . The event was instituted in commemoration of the fabled run of the Greek soldier Pheidippides , a messenger from the Battle of Marathon (the namesake of the race) to Athens The marathon was one of the original modern Olympic events in 1896, though the distance did not become standardized until 1921. More than 500 marathons are contested throughout the world each year, with the vast majority of competitors being recreational athletes. Larger marathons can have tens of thousands of participants.

4. Marathons | Timeoutdoors
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6. Dance Marathons Of The 1920s And 1930s
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7. Time-to-Run Marathon — Your Marathon Information
History of the marathon, a worldwide listing of marathons with descriptions and links.
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8. Half Marathon Guide - Directory Of USA And International Half Marathons
Guide to half marathons in the United States and around the world in 2010 and beyond, with registration, dates, course maps, race weather climate, videos and more.

9. Fast Marathons - Run Fast Marathons In The US
Some people choose marathons for the scenery or the race perks, while others simply want a marathon that's fast. If you're one of those people who wants to improve their
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    Check out these races to run a faster marathon
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    Some people choose marathons for the scenery or the race perks, while others simply want a marathon that's fast. If you're one of those people who wants to improve their marathon time or run a fast time for your first marathon, check out these marathons that are known for being fast.
    Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon
    Where: Cleveland, Ohio
    Why run it: The Rite Aid Cleveland Half Marathon course is relatively flat, and it's not boring. The marathon route goes past the Cleveland Browns Stadium, Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame, and Lake Erie. The race is held in mid-May, so you won't have to worry about running in the sweltering heat. zSB(3,3)

    10. Marathon: You Can Do It!
    Describes a book by Jeff Galloway which describes the rise in popularity of marathons, a sample chapter and a description of the author.
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    Marathon: You Can Do It!
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    Buy Book Go to Shopping Cart by Jeff Galloway 224 pages 7-1/4" x 9" Trade paperback ISBN 978-0-936070-48-3 Jeff Galloway is an Olympic athlete and a running teacher. His first book, Galloway's Book on Running , is an international best-seller, with over 600,000 copies sold in North America. This is the state-of-the-art marathon book by the person who lives and breathes running.
    What's New About This Edition
    New York City Overall: Each runner gains almost complete control over her pacing, nutrition, and motivation so that no one needs to get injured or "hit the wall".
    • My new "magic mile" time trial predicts a top performance during a season, extremely accurately
    • Based upon tens of thousands: comparing the per mile slowdown that occurs from one mile to twenty six miles.
    • Each runner is told how to pick a safe pace for the long run
    • New is a rule of thumb for slowdown due to heat: 30 seconds a mile slower for every 5F increase above 60F (20 sec/kilometer for every 2C above 14C)
    Walk Breaks
    • Since publishing MARATHON: YOU CAN DO IT the percentage of marathoners using walk breaks has increased from 20% to 40% and growing every year.

    11. Marathons | Define Marathons At
    –noun 1. a foot race over a course measuring 26 mi. 385 yd. (42 km 195 m). 2. any longdistance race. 3. any contest, event, or the like, of great, or greater than normal

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    Berichte und Ergebnisse von den marathons sowie Anmeldeformular und Daten zum n chsten Marathon.

    13. NYSS | Marathons
    The School's internationallyrecognized Marathon programs were developed in 1988 by Dean Graham Nickson, initially as a measure for the rest of the semester at the start of the
    The School's internationally-recognized Marathon programs were developed in 1988 by Dean Graham Nickson, initially as a measure for the rest of the semester at the start of the program year. The program has since expanded to become a core component of the School's curriculum. Meanwhile, intense outside interest led to the extension of the Marathons to a wider audience of participants outside of the full-time student body. Renowned artists, art historians, dealers, collectors, art educators, writers, journalists and students of all levels and affiliations have since experienced the intensity of the program. SPRING 2011 MARATHONS - TBD
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    Originally designed to address the importance of drawing as the basis of understanding one's experience in the world, the Marathons are based in an exploration of this most direct route to an enriched understanding of the language of the plastic arts. The innovation inherent in the Marathon program reawakens the way that drawing is experienced by artists and appreciators alike. The Marathons are intensive, all-day programs that run for two weeks at the beginning of each semester and during the Summer Session. Drawing, Painting and Sculpture marathons are offered, both by full-time faculty and distinguished visiting artists, who are present for the entire session. All programs operate along the same basic model of immersing the student in their chosen discipline.

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    Multiple marathons. Running More Than One 26Miler A Year. One participant in my Virtual Training posted a message after finishing The LaSalle Bank Chicago Marathon saying she
    Multiple Marathons Running More Than One 26-Miler A Year One participant in my Virtual Training posted a message after finishing The LaSalle Bank Chicago Marathon saying she would like to run another marathon the following springand Chicago again in the fall. "But isn't that against the rule that you should only run one marathon a year?" she worried. Well, no such "rule" exists. And if one did exist, some running rules are meant to be brokenas long as you are well-trained and know what you're doing. Several members of my V-Team doubled back after Chicago to run Marine Corps, New York, Honolulu or other fall marathons. Many were already planning spring marathons such as Flying Pig, Rock 'n' Roll and Grandma's. A high percentage of runners qualified at Chicago for the Boston Marathon and added that grand oldie to their list of 26-milers. Runner's World lists 300 marathons on its race calendar, 50 of them international. Run only one marathon a year and you do limit your horizons. "I don't want to limit myself to one a year," states Amanda Musacchio of Villa Park, Illinois, "and I also don't want to miss Chicago." A Boston qualifier, she ran the Marine Corps Marathon three weeks after Chicago last year.

    15. Marathon (television) - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    While early on marathons were rare and special, nowadays it is common for some networks to air a TV series in three to four hour blocks that are sometimes to referred to mini
    Marathon (television)
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    Not to be confused with a telethon
    In television , a marathon is typically the sequential broadcast of a single or a number of related television programs , most notably reflecting a theme Marathons are usually aired by cable channels and consist of numerous episodes of a TV series once broadcast on network television and more recently, also with original first-run programming aired on cable channels. The most common reasons for a network to run a marathon are:
  • to celebrate the acquisition of a series, to celebrate the ending or loss of a series, when well known star of a show retires or passes away (this is particularly popular on networks such as TV Land and Game Show Network , which specialize in reruns ), or to celebrate a holiday (a very large number of cable stations carry marathon programming on Thanksgiving
  • As the name suggests, marathons usually consist of a long period of time; up to days if it is a movie marathon or a series with many episodes. Some of the longest running marathons are the two Twilight Zone marathons that air on the SyFy in the United States on New Years Day and Independence Day ; not counting early morning infomercials , each run for roughly three days straight.

    16. Marathons Affect Heart, But Runners Bounce Back -
    Oct 28, 2010 marathons Affect Heart, but Runners Bounce Back Those less fit at higher risk, researcher says. By Kathleen Doheny HealthDay Reporter. Email this article

    17. Find And Compare The Best Marathons. Find, Compare, Decide.
    Find and compare marathons in the United States by date, location, number of participants, elevation change, average temperatures and more.
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    18. Half-Marathons And Marathons
    Whether you're a veteran marathoner or thinking about running your first halfmarathon, here's all the information and advice you need to train for and complete your 13.1- or
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    Ready to start training for your first marathon? Here's the perfect schedule for beginners whose goal is to finish.
    Basic Half-Marathon Training Schedule for Beginners
    Running a half-marathon is a great way to challenge yourself and start building toward running a full marathon. This 12-week schedule is perfect for beginner runners who want to take on the half-marathon distance.
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    Learn about marathons on Find info and videos including About marathons, About marathons, How to Run a Marathon and much more.
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    • How to Train For a Marathon Sometimes called the ultimate endurance event, the marathon is a high goal to reach. However, you can finish the race if you follow these steps. About Half-Marathons The half-marathon is one of the few things in life that lives up to its name. Running a half-marathon literally means running half the distance of a marathon, and this mini-marathon has become so popular that it is beginning to threaten the actual marathon. About Marathon Training Before beginning training for a marathon you must first respect the distance. Twenty-six miles is no walk in the park; it's a run around a very big park. Trying to run a marathon without proper training can result in pain, exhaustion and injury, so make sure you can run the distance before you try racing the distance. Marathoner's Diet Marathons are one of the ultimate tests of an athlete's endurance. Keeping yourself going steady and strong for a little over 26 miles isn't only a matter of fitness and willpower. Your body needs to be adequately fueled with proper nutrition. How to Run a Marathon Relay Want to run a marathon without bothering with all 26.2 miles? A marathon relay is the race for you. Marathon relays have all the joys of your standard 5k or 10K race, but with the added bonus of team camaraderie. And with the right team, you just might run your fastest marathon!

    20. San Francisco Bay Area Marathons
    San Francisco Bay Area marathons Home Depot San Francisco Half Marathon/5K January 6. This is a reality check for all of you that are planning to run a marathon early in the year.
    San Francisco Bay Area Marathons
    Home Depot San Francisco Half Marathon/5K January 6
    This is a reality check for all of you that are planning to run a marathon early in the year. It is perfectly timed to assess your fitness and speed if you have been slacking during the holidays and rainy weather. The race starts in Golden Gate Park, at JFK and Stow Lake Drive. It is mostly flat, paved and fast. The finish is on the Great Highway, at Martin Luther King Drive. One of the highlights of the course is running past the buffalo paddock in the park. Other attractions include the Japanese Tea Garden, (smell the blossoms) and the windmill as you approach the Great Highway. The course is ranked as one of the most scenic in the country by Runner's World magazine. Tips: Wear layered clothing, at the start it is cold, but can warm up within the first few miles.
    Lake Merced, Fort Funston, and the Great Highway.
    Here are some interesting observations by Bay Area Dead Runner, Karl Watanabe: The SF Half Marathon course should be considered a 'tough' course due to the rolling hills of Golden Gate Park and the usually rough ocean winds along the Great Highway for nearly 6 miles (3 out and back). Then there is the killer half-mile hill at mile 12.5 back into GG Park before the last 0.1 downhill to the finish line. I have run this race for the last 4 years and have my splits of the last 3. This race is notorious for incorrect mile markers. And the wrong markers aren't always in the same place.

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