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Kenyan men take first 17 places in Singapore marathon

The astonishing results underlined the dominance of Kenyans in marathons

Cape Town running for greatness

The Mother City hopes to attract elite athletes to put its marathon among the globe's premier races.

Frith van der Merwe fears her Two Oceans record may be broken

It has been 25 years since South African road runner Frith van der Merwe set her record on the Two Oceans ultra marathon. It may not last much longer.

Boston police: Three blasts occurred, possibly linked

Two explosions hit the Boston Marathon as runners crossed the finish line, killing at least two people and injuring dozens.

Two dead, many injured in Boston Marathon blasts

Two explosions struck the Boston Marathon as runners crossed the finish line, witnesses say, leaving at least 20 injured and two dead.

Gatebe, Volgina take winning honours at Two Oceans marathon

David Gatebe and Natalia Volgina provided the upset wins at the 44th Two Oceans marathon held in gale force conditions around the southern cape.

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