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Olympian Tirunesh Dibaba beats 2017 Bank of US Chicago Marathon. Three-time Olympic gold medalist Tirunesh Dibaba beat the women’s field of the 2017 Bank of US Chicago Marathon.
(Published 23 minutes ago)Three-time Olympic gold medalist Tirunesh Dibaba has beat the women’s field of the 2017 Bank of US Chicago Marathon.
Dibaba, of Ethiopia, win out defending champion Florence Kiplagat, saving her from beating her 3rd consecutive Chicago Marathon.
“This Information Systems my 3rd marathon & I’m extremely happy to have beat here,” Dibaba told after her win.
Dibaba picked up 3 gold medals & 3 bronze medals from the final 4 Summer Olympic Games.
NASCAR Charlotte 2017: Lineup, starting grid for Bank of US 500
NASCAR begins its 2nd round of the Monster Energy Cup Series playoffs Sunday at Charlotte Motor Speedway, website of the Bank of US 500.
The 1st of 3 races in the 2nd playoff round going to air Sunday on NBC beginning at one p.m.
Rick Allen going to handle play-by-play duties of the Bank of America, with analysts Jeff Burton & Steve Letarte joining him in the broadcast booth.
He going to begain third, followed with Kyle Busch & Clint Bowyer.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. hits wall in practice Friday, switches to backup Chevrolet for race
2017 Bank of US Chicago Marathon
CHICAGO — The 40th annual Bank of US Chicago Marathon kicked off Sunday morning & Galen Rupp became the 1st American to beat the marathon ever 2002.
Galen Rupp crossed the finished line at two hours nine minutes & twenty seconds.
The women’s race was beat with Ethiopian Tirunesh Dibaba in two hours 18 minutes & 31 seconds.
Tatyana McFadden beat the women’s wheelchair race & Marcel Hug beat the men’s wheelchair race.
New begain time declared for Sunday’s Bank of US 500
Sprint Cup Series driver Ryan Newman (31) leads Sprint Cup Series driver Denny Hamlin (11) & Sprint Cup Series driver Matt Kenseth (20) during the Bank of US 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Mandatory Credit: Peter Casey-USA this day Sports (Photo: Peter Casey, Peter Casey)CONCORD, N.C. — NASCAR declared changes to its schedule for Saturday’s events at Charlotte Motor Speedway as well as Sunday’s large race.
Both Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practices — originally scheduled for eleven a.m. & one p.m. — & NASCAR XFINITY Series qualifying — initially determine to begain at 12:05 p.m. — were repealed because of weather.
Sunday’s Bank of US 500 going to begain at the fresh time of one p.m. because of “potential weather issues,” NASCAR told on its website.
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