ING Miami Marathon

Monday, 31 January 2011

ING Miami Marathong, Half Marathon

Michael Wardian will Defend His ING Miami Marathon Crown

"I won a bunch of marathons last year and it all started with a really good run in Miami," states Wardian, a Virginian whose 2010 included the USA 50K title, a third place at in a six-day race across the Sahara, and a World 100K Championships bronze medal. An international shipping broker, Wardian arrived in Miami last year less than 24 hours after an 80-hour work week spent moving aid to earthquake-ravaged Haiti. ( Read ING Miami Marathon more... )

South Florida Teen Inspires Marathon Runners

Tony Schiappa Pietra was the #1 runner on the Palmer Trinity School cross country team.

Then, last May, he found out he had cancer. Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. Just the sound of it is scary for most 16-year-olds, but not for Pietra. ( Read ING Miami Marathon more... )

2011 ING Miami Marathon & Half Marathon - Race Results

Here are searchable results for the 2011 ING Miami Marathon and the Half Marathon, held Sunday, Jan 30th. You can search for runners by name or bib number, or narrow the results even more by entering city, state, country, gender, etc. ( Read ING Miami Marathon more... )

More than 21,000 hit the streets in ING Miami Marathon and Half Marathon

by Susan Miller Degnan

The ING Miami Marathon and Half Marathon took off in predawn darkness at 6:20 a.m. Sunday, a mass of
legs

churning down Biscayne Boulevard toward the goal of 26.2 miles -- or 13.1 miles for the half-marathoners. ( Read ING Miami Marathon more... )

Thousands run in Miami Marathon; roads closed

MIAMI — Thousands of runners are taking to the streets of Miami.

The ING Miami Marathon and Half-Marathon begins Sunday morning in front of the American Airlines Arena.

Runners will cross the Venetian and MacArthur causeways to Miami Beach and pass through Coconut Grove and downtown Miami.

The race is closing down roads around Miami and Miami Beach. ( Read ING Miami Marathon more... )

Footfalls, crushed cups and cheers for marathon runners crossing Belle Isle

The 2011 ING Miami Marathon made good on its promise Sunday morning: The water station crews were quiet, the runners were happy and the cleanup happened with amazing swiftness — a great event and great morning on Belle Isle. ( Read ING Miami Marathon more... )

Road closures surround the race route for ING Miami Marathon and Half Marathon

The 13.1-mile course for the ING Miami Half Marathon starts at 6:15 a.m. Sunday in front of AmericanAirlines Arena. Here is a list of road closures:

Biscayne Blvd. Direction: Northbound from NE 4th Street to NE 12th StreetClosed from 12 a.m.-6:40 a.m.

Biscayne Blvd. Direction: Southbound from NE 4th Street to NE 12th Street,Closed from 4 a.m.-6:40 a.m.

McArthur Causeway Eastbound Ramp from Biscayne Blvd.Closed from 5 a.m.-7 a.m.

McArthur Causeway One Lane Open Eastbound from I-395 to Alton Rd. / Fifth Streetfrom 5 a.m.-7:10 a.m. ( Read ING Miami Marathon more... )

ING Miami Marathon expected to break record in 2011

Tomorrow will mark the ninth year for the still growing Miami Marathon and it will have the largest field to date at almost 20 thousand runners. With extremely favorable temperatures expected, a very talented field of elite runners and a more participants than ever before, this promises to be record breaking event. ( Read ING Miami Marathon more... )

ING Miami Marathon, runners root for Miami heat (the weather forecast, that is)

Jan 29, 2011 (The Miami Herald - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) --

It's snowing - in New York, in Connecticut, in Michigan - in a whole lot of places.

But not in tropical Miami, where an event-record 21,000 men and women will line up in front of AmericanAirlines Arena on Sunday to compete in the ING Miami Marathon and Half Marathon. ( Read ING Miami Marathon more... )

More than 21,000 hit the streets in ING Miami Marathon and Half Marathon

The ING Miami Marathon and Half Marathon took off in predawn darkness at 6:20 a.m. Sunday, a mass of legs churning down Biscayne Boulevard toward the goal of 26.2 miles -- or 13.1 miles for the half-marathoners. ( Read ING Miami Marathon more... )

Courtesy : Foilball , NBC Miami , Roadrunning Guide , Miami Herald , The Palm Beach Post , Examiner & Trading Markets

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