These athletes put up a full year of preparation for this, mainly because the virus caused a huge setback to the recent marathon. On Sunday, we’ll witness its complete comeback.
The marathon, which will pass through 29 different Chicago neighbourhoods, is scheduled to start at 7:30 a.m. There is more than adequate global representation. People are glad to participate in that once more.
This week, the city’s surge of visitors has also greatly benefited nearby businesses.
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The participants in wheelchairs are scheduled to set around 10 minutes before the first wave, which is expected to start at 7:30 a.m.
On Saturday night, crowds of people flocked to the Italian village restaurants in the loop to consume enormous amounts of carbohydrates. Even though it wasn’t many people’s first marathon, they still wanted to cross it off their list. Many people travelled to the second city from all around the world.
The executive director of the Chicago Marathon organised by Bank of America, Carey Pinkowski, said that the event had to be postponed last year. However, this year, there is a spirit and enthusiasm to revive the event back to form.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q1. Was the Chicago Marathon held last year too?
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic last year, the event was scaled back, but this year it is back in complete form with 40,000 racers.
Q2. How are runners preparing for the 44th Chicago Marathon?
To save energy for Sunday, runners concentrated on eating loads of carbohydrates.
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