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LITTLE ROCK MARATHON: Former Arkansas State runner wins men's race; Stone wins 3rd women's race in row

By PETE PERKINS SPECIAL TO THE DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE

This article was published March 5, 2018 at 4:30 a.m.

Runners take off Sunday morning at the start of the 2018 Little Rock Marathon. Drew Mueller won the men’s race, while Tia Stone was the women’s champion.

Runners head east on Woodlane Street near mile marker 14 Sunday during the Little Rock Marathon.

Little Rock Marathon runners head north across the Broadway Bridge on Sunday.

Marathoners talk about goals, most of which revolve around the length of time it takes them to finish a race. Time is almost always first on their list of priorities.

Runners head east on Woodlane Street near mile marker 14 Sunday during the Little Rock Marathon.

Little Rock Marathon runners head north across the Broadway Bridge on Sunday.

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