Patrick Ivuti, favorite in San Jose’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon

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Rocking San Jose this weekend will be the 3rd Annual Rock ‘N’ Roll Half Marathon, what is unique about this event is that there are Live Bands at every mile. If you can muster the energy, post-run you can stick around for the Headliner Concert in Cesar Chavez Park, where Creedence Clearwater Revisited will pump out their hits hits like “Fortunate Son,” “Who’ll Stop the Rain,” “Born on the Bayou,” “Proud Mary,” and many more.

Celebrating the good times and dancing like no one is watching, will likely be the last thing Kenyan distance athlete Patrick Ivuti will have on his mind, at least until after the race – he is tipped to win the 21.1km distance.

Chasing Ivuti and a total prize purse of over $50,000 will be fellow Kenyans Charles Munyeki and defending champion MacDonald Ondara, who will lead an exciting men’s field that includes U.S. Olympian Adam Goucher, who ran a sub 28:00 10,000m at the Olympic trials.

“I’m looking forward to racing in San Jose,” said the Kenyan Olympian who won the Bank of America Chicago Marathon last year and is also a double World Cross Country silver medalist, “I hear that the course is fast and flat, which should make for a very competitive race.”

The women’s elite field will be led by Yuri Kano of Japan, winner of the Sapporo half marathon earlier this year in a sub-70 minute time of 1:08:57 with British Olympian Kathy Butler, a five-time NCAA Champion at the University of Wisconsin, and Ethiopian Azalech Masresha, the winner of the 2007 Reims half marathon.

The 3rd annual road race is scheduled to begin at 8:00 a.m. on Sunday, October 5 near San Pedro Square in downtown San Jose. The route will take runners through downtown, Japantown and the Rose Garden area with the finish line at Plaza de Cesar Chavez.

Follow the link to find for a more detailed race report.

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Patrick Ivuti, favorite in San Jose’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon

Rock 'N' Roll

Rocking San Jose this weekend will be the 3rd Annual Rock ‘N’ Roll Half Marathon, what is unique about this event is that there are Live Bands at every mile. If you can muster the energy, post-run you can stick around for the Headliner Concert in Cesar Chavez Park, where Creedence Clearwater Revisited will pump out their hits hits like “Fortunate Son,” “Who’ll Stop the Rain,” “Born on the Bayou,” “Proud Mary,” and many more.

Celebrating the good times and dancing like no one is watching, will likely be the last thing Kenyan distance athlete Patrick Ivuti will have on his mind, at least until after the race – he is tipped to win the 21.1km distance.

Chasing Ivuti and a total prize purse of over $50,000 will be fellow Kenyans Charles Munyeki and defending champion MacDonald Ondara, who will lead an exciting men’s field that includes U.S. Olympian Adam Goucher, who ran a sub 28:00 10,000m at the Olympic trials.

“I’m looking forward to racing in San Jose,” said the Kenyan Olympian who won the Bank of America Chicago Marathon last year and is also a double World Cross Country silver medalist, “I hear that the course is fast and flat, which should make for a very competitive race.”

The women’s elite field will be led by Yuri Kano of Japan, winner of the Sapporo half marathon earlier this year in a sub-70 minute time of 1:08:57 with British Olympian Kathy Butler, a five-time NCAA Champion at the University of Wisconsin, and Ethiopian Azalech Masresha, the winner of the 2007 Reims half marathon.

The 3rd annual road race is scheduled to begin at 8:00 a.m. on Sunday, October 5 near San Pedro Square in downtown San Jose. The route will take runners through downtown, Japantown and the Rose Garden area with the finish line at Plaza de Cesar Chavez.

Follow the link to find for a more detailed race report.

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Patrick Ivuti, favorite in San Jose’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon

Rock 'N' Roll

Rocking San Jose this weekend will be the 3rd Annual Rock ‘N’ Roll Half Marathon, what is unique about this event is that there are Live Bands at every mile. If you can muster the energy, post-run you can stick around for the Headliner Concert in Cesar Chavez Park, where Creedence Clearwater Revisited will pump out their hits hits like “Fortunate Son,” “Who’ll Stop the Rain,” “Born on the Bayou,” “Proud Mary,” and many more.

Celebrating the good times and dancing like no one is watching, will likely be the last thing Kenyan distance athlete Patrick Ivuti will have on his mind, at least until after the race – he is tipped to win the 21.1km distance.

Chasing Ivuti and a total prize purse of over $50,000 will be fellow Kenyans Charles Munyeki and defending champion MacDonald Ondara, who will lead an exciting men’s field that includes U.S. Olympian Adam Goucher, who ran a sub 28:00 10,000m at the Olympic trials.

“I’m looking forward to racing in San Jose,” said the Kenyan Olympian who won the Bank of America Chicago Marathon last year and is also a double World Cross Country silver medalist, “I hear that the course is fast and flat, which should make for a very competitive race.”

The women’s elite field will be led by Yuri Kano of Japan, winner of the Sapporo half marathon earlier this year in a sub-70 minute time of 1:08:57 with British Olympian Kathy Butler, a five-time NCAA Champion at the University of Wisconsin, and Ethiopian Azalech Masresha, the winner of the 2007 Reims half marathon.

The 3rd annual road race is scheduled to begin at 8:00 a.m. on Sunday, October 5 near San Pedro Square in downtown San Jose. The route will take runners through downtown, Japantown and the Rose Garden area with the finish line at Plaza de Cesar Chavez.

Follow the link to find for a more detailed race report.

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Patrick Ivuti, favorite in San Jose’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon

Rock 'N' Roll

Rocking San Jose this weekend will be the 3rd Annual Rock ‘N’ Roll Half Marathon, what is unique about this event is that there are Live Bands at every mile. If you can muster the energy, post-run you can stick around for the Headliner Concert in Cesar Chavez Park, where Creedence Clearwater Revisited will pump out their hits hits like “Fortunate Son,” “Who’ll Stop the Rain,” “Born on the Bayou,” “Proud Mary,” and many more.

Celebrating the good times and dancing like no one is watching, will likely be the last thing Kenyan distance athlete Patrick Ivuti will have on his mind, at least until after the race – he is tipped to win the 21.1km distance.

Chasing Ivuti and a total prize purse of over $50,000 will be fellow Kenyans Charles Munyeki and defending champion MacDonald Ondara, who will lead an exciting men’s field that includes U.S. Olympian Adam Goucher, who ran a sub 28:00 10,000m at the Olympic trials.

“I’m looking forward to racing in San Jose,” said the Kenyan Olympian who won the Bank of America Chicago Marathon last year and is also a double World Cross Country silver medalist, “I hear that the course is fast and flat, which should make for a very competitive race.”

The women’s elite field will be led by Yuri Kano of Japan, winner of the Sapporo half marathon earlier this year in a sub-70 minute time of 1:08:57 with British Olympian Kathy Butler, a five-time NCAA Champion at the University of Wisconsin, and Ethiopian Azalech Masresha, the winner of the 2007 Reims half marathon.

The 3rd annual road race is scheduled to begin at 8:00 a.m. on Sunday, October 5 near San Pedro Square in downtown San Jose. The route will take runners through downtown, Japantown and the Rose Garden area with the finish line at Plaza de Cesar Chavez.

Follow the link to find for a more detailed race report.

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Patrick Ivuti, favorite in San Jose’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon

Rock 'N' Roll

Rocking San Jose this weekend will be the 3rd Annual Rock ‘N’ Roll Half Marathon, what is unique about this event is that there are Live Bands at every mile. If you can muster the energy, post-run you can stick around for the Headliner Concert in Cesar Chavez Park, where Creedence Clearwater Revisited will pump out their hits hits like “Fortunate Son,” “Who’ll Stop the Rain,” “Born on the Bayou,” “Proud Mary,” and many more.

Celebrating the good times and dancing like no one is watching, will likely be the last thing Kenyan distance athlete Patrick Ivuti will have on his mind, at least until after the race – he is tipped to win the 21.1km distance.

Chasing Ivuti and a total prize purse of over $50,000 will be fellow Kenyans Charles Munyeki and defending champion MacDonald Ondara, who will lead an exciting men’s field that includes U.S. Olympian Adam Goucher, who ran a sub 28:00 10,000m at the Olympic trials.

“I’m looking forward to racing in San Jose,” said the Kenyan Olympian who won the Bank of America Chicago Marathon last year and is also a double World Cross Country silver medalist, “I hear that the course is fast and flat, which should make for a very competitive race.”

The women’s elite field will be led by Yuri Kano of Japan, winner of the Sapporo half marathon earlier this year in a sub-70 minute time of 1:08:57 with British Olympian Kathy Butler, a five-time NCAA Champion at the University of Wisconsin, and Ethiopian Azalech Masresha, the winner of the 2007 Reims half marathon.

The 3rd annual road race is scheduled to begin at 8:00 a.m. on Sunday, October 5 near San Pedro Square in downtown San Jose. The route will take runners through downtown, Japantown and the Rose Garden area with the finish line at Plaza de Cesar Chavez.

Follow the link to find for a more detailed race report.

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Patrick Ivuti, favorite in San Jose’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon

Rock 'N' Roll

Rocking San Jose this weekend will be the 3rd Annual Rock ‘N’ Roll Half Marathon, what is unique about this event is that there are Live Bands at every mile. If you can muster the energy, post-run you can stick around for the Headliner Concert in Cesar Chavez Park, where Creedence Clearwater Revisited will pump out their hits hits like “Fortunate Son,” “Who’ll Stop the Rain,” “Born on the Bayou,” “Proud Mary,” and many more.

Celebrating the good times and dancing like no one is watching, will likely be the last thing Kenyan distance athlete Patrick Ivuti will have on his mind, at least until after the race – he is tipped to win the 21.1km distance.

Chasing Ivuti and a total prize purse of over $50,000 will be fellow Kenyans Charles Munyeki and defending champion MacDonald Ondara, who will lead an exciting men’s field that includes U.S. Olympian Adam Goucher, who ran a sub 28:00 10,000m at the Olympic trials.

“I’m looking forward to racing in San Jose,” said the Kenyan Olympian who won the Bank of America Chicago Marathon last year and is also a double World Cross Country silver medalist, “I hear that the course is fast and flat, which should make for a very competitive race.”

The women’s elite field will be led by Yuri Kano of Japan, winner of the Sapporo half marathon earlier this year in a sub-70 minute time of 1:08:57 with British Olympian Kathy Butler, a five-time NCAA Champion at the University of Wisconsin, and Ethiopian Azalech Masresha, the winner of the 2007 Reims half marathon.

The 3rd annual road race is scheduled to begin at 8:00 a.m. on Sunday, October 5 near San Pedro Square in downtown San Jose. The route will take runners through downtown, Japantown and the Rose Garden area with the finish line at Plaza de Cesar Chavez.

Follow the link to find for a more detailed race report.

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Patrick Ivuti, favorite in San Jose’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon

Rock 'N' Roll

Rocking San Jose this weekend will be the 3rd Annual Rock ‘N’ Roll Half Marathon, what is unique about this event is that there are Live Bands at every mile. If you can muster the energy, post-run you can stick around for the Headliner Concert in Cesar Chavez Park, where Creedence Clearwater Revisited will pump out their hits hits like “Fortunate Son,” “Who’ll Stop the Rain,” “Born on the Bayou,” “Proud Mary,” and many more.

Celebrating the good times and dancing like no one is watching, will likely be the last thing Kenyan distance athlete Patrick Ivuti will have on his mind, at least until after the race – he is tipped to win the 21.1km distance.

Chasing Ivuti and a total prize purse of over $50,000 will be fellow Kenyans Charles Munyeki and defending champion MacDonald Ondara, who will lead an exciting men’s field that includes U.S. Olympian Adam Goucher, who ran a sub 28:00 10,000m at the Olympic trials.

“I’m looking forward to racing in San Jose,” said the Kenyan Olympian who won the Bank of America Chicago Marathon last year and is also a double World Cross Country silver medalist, “I hear that the course is fast and flat, which should make for a very competitive race.”

The women’s elite field will be led by Yuri Kano of Japan, winner of the Sapporo half marathon earlier this year in a sub-70 minute time of 1:08:57 with British Olympian Kathy Butler, a five-time NCAA Champion at the University of Wisconsin, and Ethiopian Azalech Masresha, the winner of the 2007 Reims half marathon.

The 3rd annual road race is scheduled to begin at 8:00 a.m. on Sunday, October 5 near San Pedro Square in downtown San Jose. The route will take runners through downtown, Japantown and the Rose Garden area with the finish line at Plaza de Cesar Chavez.

Follow the link to find for a more detailed race report.

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Patrick Ivuti, favorite in San Jose’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon

Rock 'N' Roll

Rocking San Jose this weekend will be the 3rd Annual Rock ‘N’ Roll Half Marathon, what is unique about this event is that there are Live Bands at every mile. If you can muster the energy, post-run you can stick around for the Headliner Concert in Cesar Chavez Park, where Creedence Clearwater Revisited will pump out their hits hits like “Fortunate Son,” “Who’ll Stop the Rain,” “Born on the Bayou,” “Proud Mary,” and many more.

Celebrating the good times and dancing like no one is watching, will likely be the last thing Kenyan distance athlete Patrick Ivuti will have on his mind, at least until after the race – he is tipped to win the 21.1km distance.

Chasing Ivuti and a total prize purse of over $50,000 will be fellow Kenyans Charles Munyeki and defending champion MacDonald Ondara, who will lead an exciting men’s field that includes U.S. Olympian Adam Goucher, who ran a sub 28:00 10,000m at the Olympic trials.

“I’m looking forward to racing in San Jose,” said the Kenyan Olympian who won the Bank of America Chicago Marathon last year and is also a double World Cross Country silver medalist, “I hear that the course is fast and flat, which should make for a very competitive race.”

The women’s elite field will be led by Yuri Kano of Japan, winner of the Sapporo half marathon earlier this year in a sub-70 minute time of 1:08:57 with British Olympian Kathy Butler, a five-time NCAA Champion at the University of Wisconsin, and Ethiopian Azalech Masresha, the winner of the 2007 Reims half marathon.

The 3rd annual road race is scheduled to begin at 8:00 a.m. on Sunday, October 5 near San Pedro Square in downtown San Jose. The route will take runners through downtown, Japantown and the Rose Garden area with the finish line at Plaza de Cesar Chavez.

Follow the link to find for a more detailed race report.

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