NYC Marathon

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B&C Show Blog & Audio: A Disappointing Victory

After looking awful for most of their game against the Lions, the Jets fought back to get to OT and pulled out a win. However, being 6-2 wasn’t good enough for Craigy…


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Hot Topic: November 8

The Jets may have won in OT and advanced to 6-2, but Craig still has some serious concerns.


Shalane Flanagan #108 of the United States walks with Mary Wittenberg, president and CEO of New York Road Runners, after earning second place in the women's division of the 41st ING New York City Marathon on November 7, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

NYC Marathon: Flanagan Of US Makes Splash In Debut

Shalane Flanagan of the United States did so well in her debut at the New York City Marathon, she may run it in the 2012 London Olympics.


Amani Toomer with Boomer & Carton

Toomer Passes 20k For Charity In NYC Marathon

Former New York Giants wide receiver Amani Toomer spent his career dodging defenders. He took advantage of those sidestepping skills during the New York City Marathon, earning $1 from Timex for every runner he passed.


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Frigid Morning For NYC Marathon

STATEN ISLAND (CBS 2) — CBS 2’s John Marshall is live on Staten Island at the start of the 2010 ING New York City Marathon for the weather forecast.


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B&C Show Blog & Audio: Team Boomer

After another disappointing season, the Mets cleaned house and hired disciplinarian Sandy Alderson to get things in order. It appears that Mr. Alderson has his work cut out for him.


Amani Toomer with Boomer & Carton

Amani Toomer & Lynn Swann Talk NYC Marathon

Ex-Giants wide receiver Amani Toomer joined Boomer & Carton Friday to discuss the 2010 ING NYC Marathon. Lynn Swann also called in to engage Amani in some trash-talking.


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Hot Topic: November 5

The Mets’ season of embarrassment isn’t over yet, as New York’s longtime clubhouse manager Charlie Samuels was suspended by the team Thursday.


Rescued miner Edison Pena on the "Late Show With David Letterman." (Courtesy: Worldwide Pants Inc.)

Rescued Miner Steals The Show On ‘Letterman’

Edison Pena gave the term “underground comedy” a whole new meaning when he appeared on The Late Show Thursday night.


New York City Marathon race director Mary Wittenberg is seen at a news conference with rescued Chilean miner Edison Pena - New York, NY - Nov 4, 2010 - Photo: DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images

Marathon Race Director Also Running In Race

At 5:15 in the morning, Mary Wittenberg is already on the run in Central Park.


Runners compete in the 2009 New York City Marathon - Nov 1, 2009 - Photo: Jared Wickerham/Getty Images

NYC Marathon Runner Has New Lease On Life

To participate in the New York City Marathon at 69-years-old is outstanding. To do it with a new heart that you just got in January is absolutely unbelievable.


Runners of the 2005 New York City Marathon pass through Brooklyn, NY - Nov 6, 2005 - Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Jobless Columbia Grad Finds Time For Marathon Training

Finding time to train for the New York City Marathon is tough, but not for the unemployed.


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Rescued Chilean Miner Prepared For NYC Marathon

Edison Pena has prepared for Sunday’s New York City Marathon like no other competitor: running each morning and afternoon in steel-tipped electrician’s boots that he cut down to ankle-high shoes.


Ethan Zohn arrives at Stand Up To Cancer at Sony Pictures Studios - Culver City, CA - Sep 10, 2010 - Photo: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images

TV, Real Life “Survivor” Running NYC Marathon

He was the mop-top, million dollar winner of “Survivor: Africa,” but 36-year-old Ethan Zohn made the cover of People magazine for a very different challenge: cancer.


Runners of the 2009 New York City Marathon pass through Williamsburg - Brooklyn, NY - Nov 1, 2009 - Photo: Afton Almaraz/Getty Images

Meet The Face Of The New York City Marathon

On the sides of city buses and on the subways, on light pole banners and magazines, you’ll see her. Her name is Veronica Velasquez.