Posted by: Joe English | September 28, 2007

Races: Berlin marathon to be telecast on Internet

BREAKING NEWS: Haile Gebrselassie breaks marathon world record in Berlin. Click here for a recap.

UPDATE: This post is for the 2007 race. For 2008 broadcast information, click here.

For complete 2007 post-race coverage, click here.

The Real Berlin Marathon will be streamed live on the Internet on the site starting starting at 2:45AM ET on Sunday September 30th, 2007. The race will also be available on-demand afterward. A subscription is required to view the race. You can purchase a one month subscription for $4.95 to watch the race or a yearly pass for $49.95.

There is a tremendous buzz surrounding the race, as Haile Gebrselassie attempts to set a new world record.

Visit WCSN for more information and links to the race coverage by clicking here.

Read more about the upcoming race in my article about the chances for a new world record and the difficulty it will take to set one.

Coach Joe

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