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Long, Zinkus seize 2015 Little Rock Marathon titles

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Long, Zinkus seize 2015 Little Rock Marathon titles

Despite dreary weather conditions and a challenging course, Yao Long and Angie Zinkus conquered their first Little Rock Marathon on Sunday. Long, 25, of Changchun, China, won the event’s men’s division with a time of 2:44:49. Zinkus, 38, of Eads, Tenn., took home the winning tit...

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Long, Zinkus seize 2015 Little Rock Marathon titles

Despite dreary weather conditions and a challenging course, Yao Long and Angie Zinkus conquered their first Little Rock Marathon on Sunday.

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