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Thursday, September 23, 2010

What's On the Weekend

The Berlin Marathon, a World Marathon Major, will be run in the German capitol on Sunday. 
Live webcast: 2:50 AM, German News Channel N-TV

The Vodafone Half Marathon of Portugal, an IAAF Gold Label Road Race, will be run in Lisbon on Sunday.

The Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon, an IAAF Silver Label Road Race, will be run in the Ontario capitol on Sunday.
Live webcast: 7:30 AM at

The Continental Airlines Fifth Avenue Mile will be run in New York City on Sunday.  A great field includes Bernard Lagat, Leo Manzano, Nick Willis and Alan Webb, and Shannon Rowbury, Molly Huddle and Kalkidan Gezahegn.
Live webcast: 12:50 PM at
Previews: Running USA Wire / Track and Field News / Runner's World: men, women / Universal Sports: men, women / Radio New Zealand /

The 25th annual Roy Griak Invitational will be run at Minnesota’s Les Bolstad Golf Course on Saturday.
Live webcast: 10:00 AM at
Meet website / Flotrack coverage / Spectator info & directions
Previews: men, women / Minnesota Daily

The Stanford Invitational will be held on Saturday on the Stanford Golf Course (aka "where we let Tiger Woods play golf on our cross country course").
Meet info / preview

The 73rd Brooks Cowboy Jamboree will be held on Saturday at Oklahoma State.
Meet info / Flotrack coverage preview

All the rest

Track on TV
Diamond League Brussels rerun, 10 AM Friday and 3:30 PM Sunday on Universal Sports
2010 Boston Marathon rerun, 1:30 PM Friday on Universal Sports
Continental Cup Day 2 rerun, 5 PM Friday on Universal Sports
Endurance, 1:45 AM Saturday on Showtime Extreme
2009 Berlin Marathon rerun, Noon and 6:30 PM Saturday on Universal Sports
Diamond League Zurich rerun, 3:30 PM Saturday on Universal Sports
Big Ten Icons: #19 Suzy Favor Hamilton, 12:30 AM and 11:30 AM Sunday on Big Ten Network


pjm said...

Berlin won't be on Universal Sports; we had bad information. The German stream will be available and there will be a link on the Majors site soon, if there isn't already.

Seriously, they're showing Haile's movie? Even on Showtime Extreme? I thought that thing had sunk without a trace, despite having about half an hour of the best running footage ever (and about an hour of terrifyingly dull Ethiopian ethnography).

pjm said...

The news article on the Majors' site has been updated. The stream for Berlin will be at . My source: