Former Marine Surprised With 40-Year MCM PatchThe Marine Corps Marathon honored one of their most dedicated runners with a surprise ceremony at his home in Arlington.
Marine Corps Marathon 2015 WinnersTrevor Lafontaine of Cornwall, New York took first place, finishing in just two hours and 24 minutes.
Marine Corps Marathon Branching Out to Maryland in 2016The 2016 Marine Corps Marathon will branch out to Maryland, and Gaylord National will serve as the hotel headquarters.
Former Marine Corps Marathon Winner Still RunningA local runner who won the Marine Corps Marathon twice in the 1990s is lacing up the sneakers to run it again this weekend, just a few months before his 50th birthday.
Marine Corps Marathon Road and Metro GuideRunners will gather in D.C. this weekend for the 40th Marine Corps Marathon and the MCM10K.
Metro Opening Early to Get Riders to Marine Corps MarathonMetro is opening two hours early Sunday to help runners get to the Marine Corps Marathon.
WNEW Anchor Chas Henry to be Inducted Into Marine Corps Marathon Hall of FameWNEW Anchor and National Security Correspondent Chas Henry, a combat-decorated Marine veteran, has been selected to be inducted into the Marine Corps Marathon Hall of Fame.
40th Marine Corps Marathon Public Registration BeginsPublic registration for the 2015 Marine Corps Marathon opened Friday at noon and will accept entries until noon on March 23.
Registration Begins for Marine Corps MarathonActive Duty and Reserve members of the military can register for the Marine Corps Marathon beginning at noon Monday.
Marine Corps Marathon Filled With 30,000 StoriesIt was a clean sweep for Team Army at the Marine Corps Marathon on Sunday.
Disabled Woman To 'Crutch' Marine Corps Marathon To Honor Disabled Vet BoyfriendAmanda Sullivan can only walk with the aid of crutches. Her boyfriend, retired Marin Cpl. Todd Love, lost his legs and an arm after stepping on an IED in Afghanistan four years ago.
Marine Corps Marathon Guide and Road ClosuresBelow is a list of road closures for the 39th Marine Corps Marathon and the MCM10K on Sunday, October 26. Both events start at 7:55 a.m. and will run through Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. The course will be officially closing by 3 p.m.