Monday, November 07, 2016

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World's Highest-Paid Athlete Cristiano Ronaldo Signs New Real Madrid Contract

Forbes - ‎7 hours ago‎
The world's highest-paid athlete won't be taking a pay cut anytime soon. Real Madrid announced a new contract yesterday with star forward Cristiano Ronaldo.
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2016 NYC Marathon Breaks Record for Most Marathon Finishers

Runner's World - ‎3 hours ago‎
On Sunday at the New York City Marathon, 51,995 runners started the race and 51,388 crossed the finish line in Central Park—a 98.8 percent completion rate, according to New York Road Runners.

Running Doc on Marathon Feet and how to treat this condition

New York Daily News - ‎13 hours ago‎
“Doc, I just finished my marathon yesterday, in 5:40:59! What a great time! I followed all your advice, but last night - starting at about 3 a.m.
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Christopher Reeve's son rocked his first NYC marathon | New York ...

New York Post - ‎5 hours ago‎
Like many of the 50000 runners who competed in Sunday's TCS New York City Marathon, Will Reeve, son of the late “Superman” star Christopher Reeve, hit the ...
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Run the 2016 New York Marathon in Virtual Reality - Fortune

Fortune - ‎4 hours ago‎
A first-person virtual reality experience that allows users to see the 2016 New York City Marathon through the eyes of 10-time participant Alex Christison.
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Drew Barrymore supports ex-husband at NYC Marathon

Page Six - ‎3 hours ago‎
Drew Barrymore cheered on her ex-husband Will Kopelman while he ran the New York City Marathon. The 41-year-old was spotted on the sidelines with the pair's two daughters on Sunday while they cheered on their father.

This woman looks too happy to be running a marathon

New York Post - ‎15 hours ago‎
Sherrie Mazur celebrates competing in the New York City Marathon with a joyful leap on the Pulaski Bridge on Sunday. “I looked to my right, and there was a camera,” Mazur, who lives in North Carolina and works for The V Foundation for Cancer Research, ...

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