Roughly 35,000 people were up bright and early Sunday outside the Pentagon, ready to run the 34th annual Army Ten-Miler. The race draws people from all 50 states as well as those from other countries who want to run from the Pentagon into D.C. and back again.
The Army Ten-Miler will lead to road closures and transit changes in D.C. and Virginia Sunday. Find out what’s changing.
A record-breaking warm day Sunday in the D.C. area disrupted the Army Ten-Miler, and caused dozens of runners to seek medical help.
Some 35,000 runners braved a slight drizzle and high humidity to take part in the Army Ten-Miler from the Pentagon through D.C. and back again.
The busy Columbus Day weekend includes the start of the Nationals’ playoff run and brings a number of changes on the roads and rails.
If you’re planning a Sunday morning outing, you might need to plan ahead: runners hit the pavement for the annual Army Ten-Miler on Oct. 8 and road closures lie ahead.
Roughly 35,000 runners took to the pavement for another edition of the Army Ten-Miler.
WASHINGTON — The 31st annual Army Ten-Miler road race will lead to the closure of several roads in the D.C. area Sunday. In Virginia, the Arlington County police say the following roads will be affected: Route…
Some 35,000 runners took part in the local race.
Traffic will be tricky for a while tomorrow.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Metro trains will start running two hours early on Sunday to help runners traveling to the Army Ten-Miler. Metro says that it will open at 5 a.m. Sunday for the race, which…
It\’s one of the largest 10-mile races in the world, and about 35,000 people from all over the country ran the Army Ten-Miler on Sunday.
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