Runners and spectators definitely noticed the increased security presence during the 36th annual Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon on Sunday, but said they felt safe at the event.
CLEVELAND - You can watch yourself or a loved one cross the finish line at this year's Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon, sponsored by McDonald's.
Newsnet5.com will live stream the race from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. online and on your mobile device. The marathon will also be broadcast live on our second digital channel 5.2 -- the Live Well Network -- beginning at 9 a.m.
By visiting www.newsnet5.com/clevelandmarathon, you will be able to watch the race live, read stories related to the marathon, including a woman who lost half her body weight -- 177 pounds -- to participate in the race, and see interesting stories from 2012's run.
Runners will also be able to check back anytime after their run to watch their finish.
Race results will be posted to the Cleveland Marathon's website: http://www.clevelandmarathon.com/.
Organizers of the race said 2013 will be a record turnout.
Cleveland Marathon Stories
Aurora High School honors biology teacher Mary Pavicic donated hair to the Wigs for Kids Foundation before running in Cleveland Marathon.
A man and woman from Kenya are the winners of the 2013 Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon.
With the Cleveland Marathon now just one day away, professionals at the I-X Center Friday were making sure to provide plenty of last minute tips they say, runners should begin to use Friday night.
Security for the Cleveland Marathon will be tight as tens of thousands of runners and spectators are expected to participate in this weekend's event, according to organizers.
Twenty-one runners in Sunday's Cleveland Marathon will focus attention on cancer prevention in young women.
A group of Cleveland Marathon runners honor a Westlake man killed on Put-in-Bay and give hope to others who have lost a loved one.
A Westlake couple running the Rite-Aid Cleveland half marathon Sunday is sharing their inspirational weight loss success story with NewsChannel5.
A Broadview Heights woman lost half her body weight – 177.4 pounds – since April 2011 and is running in her first half marathon.
This weekend's Cleveland Marathon is expected to draw more runners than ever before and bring in more than $18 million for the city's economic development, according to the event's organizers.