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Monday, Oct 12, 2015

Recap: 2015 Chicago Marathon Takes Over City

Recap: 2015 Chicago Marathon Takes Over City

The running world descended on Chicago once again Sunday as roughly 45,000 runners took to the streets for the 2015 Bank of America Chicago Marathon.

Sunday, Oct 11, 2015

Chicago Marathon Finish Line: Kiplagat Wins Women's Race

Chicago Marathon Finish Line: Kiplagat Wins Women's Race

Florence Kiplagat of Kenya won the women's race at the 2015 Bank of America Chicago Marathon.

Sunday, Oct 11, 2015

Chicago Marathon Finish Line: Chumba Wins Men's Race

Chicago Marathon Finish Line: Chumba Wins Men's Race

Dickson Chumba of Kenya has won the men's race at the 2015 Bank of America Chicago Marathon.

Sunday, Oct 11, 2015

Couple Gets Married During 2015 Chicago Marathon

Couple Gets Married During 2015 Chicago Marathon

Stephanie Reinhart and Mark Jockel love running, but it was their love for each other that had them stop mid-race during the 2015 Chicago Marathon – for their wedding ceremony.

Sunday, Oct 11, 2015

Fearnley Wins Men's Wheelchair Race in 2015 Chicago Marathon

Fearnley Wins Men's Wheelchair Race in 2015 Chicago Marathon

Kurt Fearnley won the men's wheelchair race in the 2015 Bank of America Chicago Marathon Sunday.

Sunday, Oct 11, 2015

2015 Chicago Marathon Elite Runner: Elkanah Kibet

2015 Chicago Marathon Elite Runner: Elkanah Kibet

Elkanah Kibet, born in Kenya, is now a U.S. citizen and a member of the Army stationed at Fort Bragg in Fayetteville, North Carolina.

Saturday, Oct 10, 2015

Chicago Marathon Forecast: Sunny, Windy and Warm

Chicago Marathon Forecast: Sunny, Windy and Warm

Temperatures may be a bit on the warm side for Sunday's Chicago Marathon, but runners can still breathe a sigh of relief as the forecast shows no sign of rain, snow or excessive heat.

Sunday, Oct 11, 2015

Marathon Officials Upgrade Course Conditions to 'Moderate'

Marathon Officials Upgrade Course Conditions to 'Moderate'

Chicago Marathon officials upgraded the status of course conditions to "moderate" due to the warmer than average temperatures in the forecast for Sunday.

Saturday, Oct 10, 2015

Benoit Samuelson No Longer Running Chicago Marathon

Benoit Samuelson No Longer Running Chicago Marathon

Legendary marathon runner Joan Benoit Samuelson, who was slated to run the Chicago Marathon Sunday, will no longer participate in the race due to an illness, marathon officials announced Saturday.

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