More than 30,000 runners participated in the marathon and several related events this weekend, including a half marathon, an 8-kilometer run, and a Kids Fun Run.
The city is ready to host 60,000 spectators, 3,000 volunteers, and the 30,000 runners who are taking part in the weekend of events capped off by the full marathon and half-marathon on Sunday.
Two months ago, Dr. Michael Ross was diagnosed with colon cancer. This weekend, he’ll run the Rothman 8K.
It’s Marathon weekend in Philadelphia, with tens of thousands of runners taking on the 26.2 miles of city street and much more.
Looking for something to do today? Here are our top three picks…there’s something for everyone in the Philadelphia area!
The Philadelphia Marathon is back in 2014, and there are more than 50,000 spectators, 30,000 runners and 2,500 volunteers expected to descend on the City of Brotherly Love.
The GORE-TEX Philadelphia Marathon is this coming weekend, and 42-year-old Reginald Allen is using it to help put his past under his feet.
Fall is the perfect time to plan a visit to the City of Brotherly Love. From Center City to Valley Forge, visitors to Philadelphia will soak up history as they take in the colors and sights of the season.
Fall is the ultimate season for Philadelphia sports fanatics. If Philly sports are your passion, it’s a good bet you’re counting the days until one of these top sporting events.
Registration will open up at midnight on Tuesday, April 1st for the full and half marathons and the Rothman Institute 8K.
Children had the opportunity to be a KYW News Anchor at the Philadelphia Marathon Health and Fitness Expo at the PA Convention Center on Saturday, November 16th, 2013.
From community clean-up programs, food drives and community gardening programs, there are many ways to give back to the earth and to your community by volunteering in the City of Brotherly Love.
2,000 runners filled the Ben Franklin Parkway early Saturday morning for the traditional Rothman 8K the day before the big marathon.
The Philadelphia Marathon is this weekend and runners from all over will take part, including a 17-year-old student from Perkiomen Valley High School, who is quite the inspiration.
The Boston Marathon bombings have Philadelphia making security enhancements for its marathon on Sunday.