Posted by: Joe English | October 7, 2010

Broadcasts — 2010 Bank of America Chicago Marathon

running-advice-bugThe Bank of America 2010 Chicago Marathon is coming up Sunday morning October 10th, 2010 and the event will be televised locally and broadcast over the Internet globally.

This could be one of the strongest fields in years in Chicago. Included in the field is last year’s winner and course recorder holder (and Olympic Champion) Sammy Wanjiru. There are six men in the field that have run under 2:07:00, so under the right conditions, this should be a very fast race. You can read a recap of the Men’s Field and a recap of the Women’s Field at on Universal Sports.

Here is all of the information that you’ll need to watch the race, depending upon whether you live in Chicago or elsewhere.

Global Internet Coverage
Watch the marathon live online! will stream the entire Bank of America Chicago Marathon online, complete with on-air commentary and mile-by-mile analysis. On race day, Oct. 10th, go to

The webcast will air from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Central Time and then will be available on-demand afterward at

Local Television Coverage — NBC 5 Chicago
NBC CHICAGO will provide complete LIVE TV coverage of the Bank of America Chicago Marathon, 7 a.m.-11 a.m. central time, Sunday, October 10th.

Local Radio Coverage — The Score Sportsradio 670 AM
On race day, The Score Sportsradio 670 AM will cover the race live. Tune into 670 AM to catch the live broadcast from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Check back here for coverage of the race at Running Advice and News!

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