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Despite rolling both ankles only 8 miles into the race, Joshua Herrera finished his first marathon.

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Clear skies and cooler temps greeted runners ready to pound the pavement for 26.2 miles through Chicago.

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Runner applications are due by April 12, but that doesn't mean you'll get a spot.

Downtown »

Chicago Area Runners Association is raffling off a chance to hang out with the marathon's elite runners.

Morgan Park »

President Barack Obama's only surviving grandparent was scheduled to speak to students on Friday.

Morgan Park »

President Barack Obama's only surviving grandparent will meet with students on the Far Southwest Side.

Bronzeville »

Patrick Sweeney and Alex Ramsey are running to the Big Apple from Chicago.

Little Village »

Chicago's Miguel Blancarte Jr. once weighed 344 pounds. The Team USA Endurance member is now 139.

Wicker Park »

Chicago orthodontist and pilot Ted Moss plans to power his wheelchair to the finish line.

West Loop »

Chefs at Moto, Next and Alinea shed pounds, disprove axiom that you should "never trust a skinny chef."

Lakeview »

Marathoner Ricardo Martinez didn't let the cold stop him from running Monday.

West Loop »

Police Supt. Garry McCarthy scoffed at a weather forecast, but predicted a "fun, safe and secure" race.

River North »

The women behind A Good Sport say their site will help people choose the right races to run.