Local runner is second American to win Country Music Marathon

Scott Wietecha missed the Boston Marathon due to fatigue from too much training More

Boston Marathon runners from Nashville area lace up again for Country Music Marathon

Eleven locals who ran in Boston will be on course Saturday — five who weren’t able to finish after bombings More

Country Music Marathon among those quickly reviewing security

Local event will be one of the world's first to be run in the wake of Monday's Boston Marathon tragedy More

Rookies cross the line first at 13th Country Music Marathon

First-time marathoners, including a 19-year-old college sophomore, emerge as men's and women's champions More

New marathon course produces fast times for many, including top finishers

Nashville runner finishes second among the women, endorses changes to the route More
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Country Music Marathon coming Saturday

Race expected to bring 30,000 to city, raise millions for charity   More
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Rich to headline post-Marathon concert

Award-winning singer and songwriter, with special guests, will headline the post-race concert at the Bridgestone Arena at 7 p.m. on race night More

Death of half-marathon runner mars Kenyan sweep in Country Music Marathon

Under sunny skies, Nashville’s packed Country Music Marathon & Half-Marathon got started cleanly on Saturday despite more than 30,000 runners taking part in the 10th annual event. More
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Team Chad runs to honor the memory of a friend

Nearly 75 competitors in Saturday's Country Music Marathon on Saturday will be running in memory of Chad Welch, who battled leukemia for two years before dying at age 30. More
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Country Music Marathon is a Nashville tradition

Nashville hasn’t become an internationally recognized marathon city on the same scale as Boston — just yet — but what Music City lacks in athletic competition, it makes up for in atmosphere. The Country Music Marathon will celebrate its 10th anniversary on Saturday when more than 35,000 marathoners of all ages hit the streets.   More
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