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The marathon season is in full swing, with races the next few weeks in Detroit, Chicago and New York City. Halloween is also approaching, so here is a list of 10 notable marathon impostors—runners who only pretended...
April 29, 1957
Johnny Kelley, 26-year-old schoolteacher from Groton, Conn., overcame long-suffered lack of confidence to trounce strong foreign field of runners by almost four minutes, emerge as first American winner since 1945 of...
April 20, 1987 | Leigh Montville
April 06, 1970 | Hal Hiedon
Anyone who has gone through life feeling unloved should try running the Boston Marathon at least once, says the author, who has competed in eight of the races, having run out of excuses not to
April 15, 1963 | Hal Higdon