Recent Examples of marathoner from the Web
As Boston looms, so do the fears that haunt every marathonerThe Boston Marathon is less than one week away.
One secret to marathoner Molly Huddle's succes: quinoa salad.
Breathtaking in both the literal and figurative sense, these works require the lung capacity of an Olympian marathoner with the elocutionary finesse of Shaw's Professor Henry Higgins.
Meb Keflezighi, a marathoner who came to symbolize resiliency and the Boston Strong spirit after the Marathon bombing, will be back in Hopkinton this April to run the Boston Marathon again.
Originally launched back in 1983, the Shadows were marketed to aspiring marathoners.
The other marathoner was Jim Leone, a 60-year-old retired Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy from St. George, Utah, who died of an apparent cardiac arrest after collapsing in the third mile.
An Ethiopian marathoner and Olympic hopeful was reunited with his family in the United States after his career was cut short following torture by the government for peacefully protesting it.
But the method also helps veteran marathoners set personal records.
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: a runner who competes in a marathon
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