She’s only 12-year-old and wants to be the youngest female to run seven marathons on seven continents.
More than 25,000 runners pounded the pavement Sunday for the 2014 ASICS Los Angeles Marathon.
Approximately 18.5 million people attended area sports events last year, ranging from major league sports like baseball and basketball, to the L.A. Marathon.
Travelers at LAX and other Southland airports saw heightened security Tuesday in the wake the Boston Marathon bombings.
Southland and statewide agencies remained on heightened alert Tuesday following two explosions at the Boston Marathon.
Usually the only people racing through the streets at night are people who have just grabbed someone’s purse.
Julie Weiss has committed to running 52 marathons in 52 weeks to benefit pancreatic cancer research.
Local runners are racing back to Southern California after the controversial New York City Marathon was cancelled because of Superstorm Sandy.
Officials are project an early sellout due to the popularity of the scenic 26-mile, 385-yard route that begins downtown and ends in Santa Monica.
Kendrys Morales led off Los Angeles’ two-run 10th inning with a solo homer, and the Angels completed a three-game sweep of Boston by outlasting the Red Sox 14-13 on Thursday night.
Studio City (CBS)— When Hermosa beach schools started experiencing large budget cuts one life long resident and regular volunteer at Hermosa Beach schools wanted to make a difference and be able to support the school system. […]
First-time marathoner Paul Sarris of Aliso Viejo was the men’s winner of Sunday’s 16th annual Surf City USA Marathon by a margin of seven minutes, 41 seconds.
A Cerritos man was one of two runners who collapsed and died of apparent heart attacks during the Philadelphia marathon, police said Monday.
“…I struggle to understand why a stranger would do this for me. Cancer, I’ve learned, is a bigger cause that connects us all.”
A local woman is hoping people across the Southland will donate their race medals to children fighting deadly diseases.