After some charity runners were disqualified from the Marine Corps Marathon, we just posted a controversial article on MarathonGuide.com - and we're curious what people think...
Does it help marathoning to have these charity teams? Do these participants become lifelong runners and/or are they just working to complete a once-in-a-lifetime event, after which they'll never run another step again?
Does it hurt anyone if a slow runner who might miss the 6-hour time limit is bussed forward and allowed to show up in the results at 5:59:35?
So many questions - what are the answers?
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