DeMar, Clarence

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DeMar, Clarence (Harrison)

(1888–1958) marathon runner; born in Madeira, Ohio. Nicknamed, "Mr. Marathon," he won the Boston marathon seven times (1921–24, 1927–28, 1930), placed second three times, and third twice. He won the bronze medal in the 1924 Olympic marathon. He continued to run the Boston marathon until the end of his life and since this was still a time when the race was regarded as fit for only a relatively small elite group of men, he was regarded as a physical phenomenon.
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MEN'S OLYMPIC MARATHON MEDALISTS 1904: Thomas Hicks (gold), Albert Corey (silver), Arthur Newton (bronze) 1908: Johnny Hayes (gold), Joseph Forshaw (bronze) 1912: Gaston Strobino (bronze) 1924: Clarence DeMar (bronze) 1972: Frank Shorter (gold) 1976: Frank Shorter (silver) 2004: Meb Keflezighi (silver) 2016: Galen Rupp (bronze)
Moison qualified for Boston by running the Clarence DeMar Marathon in Keene, N.
And that Clarence DeMar holds the record for being the oldest and most frequent winner of the Boston Marathon.
Moison, 42, finished the 33rd annual Clarence DeMar Marathon in Keene, N.
The other finalists are Joetta Clark, Hollis Conway, Johnny Gray, Kenny Harrison, Steve Lewis, Andre Phillips, Al Blozis, Don Bowden, Bill Carr, Clarence DeMar, Pat McDonald, Eleanor Montgomery, Willie Steele, Bernie Wefers, Jimmy Carnes, Ted Corbitt, Patricia Rico, Browning Ross and Fred Schmertz.
Places such as Heartbreak Hill are recognized around the world and the names of towns along the route are as familiar as those of champions such as Clarence DeMar, Johnny Kelley, Bill Rodgers, Alberto Salazar and Joan Benoit Samuelson - and cheaters such as Rosie Ruiz.
Moison, 42, is scheduled to run in the 33rd annual Clarence DeMar Marathon in Keene, N.
Jean Driscoll won eight titles in the women's push wheelchair division between 1990 and 2000 while Clarence DeMar was first across the line seven times between 1911 and `30.
Clarence DeMar collected a record seven wins between 1911 and '30, but the best he could do was three straight, as well.
Chacon said she has received assistance from Clarence DeMar, gardener for the city, and from Deb Robbins of Dandini Landscape Co.
Cheruiyot became just the fourth male to rack up a Boston three-peat and the fifth runner to win at least four titles, joining Clarence DeMar (7), Gerard Cote, Bill Rodgers and Catherine Ndereba (4 each).
Cheruiyot is bidding to join Massachusetts natives Clarence DeMar (7) and Bill Rodgers and Canadian Gerard Cote (4) as the only men to win here four times.
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