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Champions to Take Part in 2015 TCS New York City Marathon

The 2015 TCS New York City Marathon is becoming famous for the participation of Former marathon winner Wilson Kipsang. He is going to return to New York to defend the status. Along with the champion, runners will have a chance to meet one of the greatest America’s top marathoners whose name is Meb Keflezighi. Moreover, you will be able to see Lelisa Desisa who has become the champion of the Boston Marathon this year. If you are an experienced runner, you will have a chance to see how fast you are.

But, if you are just thinking of becoming a runner, it’s a great event to start with as you will never forget it. Those people who would like to see the champions will have a chance to line up along the 26.2-mile route. Besides, most of those runners will be participating in the 2016 Olympic Games that will be held in Rio. They will be presenting their countries and it is an exclusive chance to meet future Olympic champions alive. It is a great opportunity for champions to get ready for serious races and to see how successful they could be.

New York marathon News

Those foreigners that visit New York this time need to know that it is the largest marathon in the world. The runners will have to start in Staten Island and will need to reach the final destination which is Manhattan’s Central Park. The race will be broadcasted on the global television and it is expected that about 500 million people will watch the marathon.

If you are not a fan of running, you need to visit the marathon and to see what emotions you could feel. There are a lot of chances to become a runner and checking certain online resources, you will be able to get registered for a nonprofessional race. You need to know that registration is obligatory in this case.

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