Category Archives: Marathon

Runnin’ Sin City – Thank You Las Vegas!

Members of Ironband and several friends enjoyed our first “Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon”, Vegas-style! While we can’t claim that it was our best marathon performance ever, no-doubt influenced by all the pre-race entertainment and (mis)hydration temptations, we can say that … Continue reading

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Ironband / KC Marathon – Win a FREE Race Entry!

Ironband is thrilled to once again be a part of the live music lineup at the 2014 Waddell & Reed Kansas City Marathon Finish Line Festival! We’ll get things rocking as the runners start crossing the finish line after which the … Continue reading

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2014 Waddell & Reed Kansas City Marathon- Win a FREE Race Entry!

Ironband is thrilled to once again be a part of the live music lineup at the 2014 Waddell & Reed Kansas City Marathon Finish Line Festival! The full music schedule is still in development but rest assured that all your training … Continue reading

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Kansas City Marathon – Saturday, October 19th

We’re looking forward to being part of the finish line festival at this year’s Waddell & Reed Kansas City Marathon/Half Marathon/5K on Saturday, October 19th! We’ll be followed by the event’s featured act, Logan Mize, who has shared the stage with … Continue reading

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Chicago Marathon by Suzy Kinner

October 12, 2008 was an incredible day. It was the day I ran my first marathon. Usually I’d say that I’d rather gut out some ridiculous distance on my bike on a poorly paved road with raw pain in the … Continue reading

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Chicago Marathon & Boston Bound by Mike Roberts

As 2008 began, my friends, family, and I tried to plan out our lists of events. Making such planning more complicated was the fact that I would be turning 40 in 2008, and there were still a few items remaining … Continue reading

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