In anticipation of this year’s Marine Corps Marathon, WTOP’s staff profiled a number of runners. Here’s how they finished.
BethAnn Telford’s battle with brain cancer began on the Marine Corps Marathon course in 2004. She’s run every Marine Corps Marathon since, now raising money for a cure.
Cheering on a Marine Corps Marathon runner? Check out the best places to watch, some tips about rooting on a runner and a list of things you can’t bring.
Drivers in Annapolis, Maryland, are asked to be aware of road closures and detours in place Sunday morning for a 10-mile run in the city.
The 2018 Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon is rocking through the District Saturday. Major roads have been affected, but are now reopening. See photos of the event.
New parking restrictions along the marathon route could cause a headache for residents who will be required to move their cars. Metro will limit its track work so participants and fans can use the system on Saturday.
For many people, it’s an accomplishment to go for a run or finish a race. And that’s how it started for now-elite runner Sarah Bishop, who after four children and about a decade away from the sport, qualified for the Olympic trials.
John Chenoweth, who grew up in Springfield, Virginia, first joined the Marine Corps Marathon as a last hurrah before retirement from the Marines and as a sort of homecoming. But a fatal crash back in July changed his motivations.
A massive mobile party hit the streets of D.C. Saturday morning in the form of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon.
Organizers of a Newport News marathon say the possibility of wintry weather in the weekend forecast could mean they may have to scrap the race.
BethAnn Telford is a government worker battling brain cancer. Because of her cancer, she will have some unique challenges as she runs on all seven continents.
After six weeks, Metro’s longest scheduled 24/7 work zone ends this week, but one that could have an even larger impact on a greater number of people begins Saturday.
Samaria Hunter, 47, is fighting for her life. Just days before the marathon kicks off, she will undergo her last radiation treatment for a brain tumor that was discovered just over a year ago. In this fifth installment of WTOP’s Marine Corps Marathon series, she shares how faith and family have supported her on this journey.
Ron Allison suffered from depression and emotional eating until he tipped the scale at 321 pounds. In this fourth installation of WTOP’s Marine Corps Marathon series, he shares how he dropped half his body weight and became a marathon runner.
Sunday, Sept. 11 aims to be an eventful day with a presidential appearance at the Pentagon and a couple of athletic events in the area.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.