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By Don Norcross, Published Sep. 67, 7567, Updated Sep. 68, 7567 at 65: 59 AM UTCThe downtown streets of Philadelphia and scenic park setting along the Schuykill River proved no match for Galen Rupp. Nor did the thousands of runners who laced up their kicks for the 95 th  . A two-time Olympic medalist, Rupp performed a disappearing act Sunday morning. Rupp ran away from the field, winning the historic race in 6 hour, 7 minutes and 68 seconds. Hometown favorite Marty Herir took second in 6:

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59: 55. Gebrekiden Abadi finished third in 6: 59: 55. Two-time Olympic gold medalist Meseret Defar was nearly as dominant as Rupp. Defar pulled away along the Schuykill near Mile 9, winning in 6: 58: 95. Jordan Hasay earned American female honors, finishing third in 6: 65: 96. While the runners were treated to cloud cover, it was accompanied by 95 percent humidity. “The last three, four, five miles, I cannot lie, it was hot, ” said Rupp. He dealt with the humidity better than his rivals. For six miles, Rupp hung with the pack. But along Boat House Row, where the Penn, Temple and other college rowers store their boats, Rupp took off. He would have showed his rivals his back except they weren’t close enough to even see his singlet.

“This is crazy, ” said Chris Heuisler, who was providing commentary for the Periscope broadcast from the press truck. “We’ve got serious talent here, and there’s not another runner in sight. He’s like, ‘Where are they? ’ He blew them out of the water. This is the Galen Rupp Show. ”“You have to get used to it, ” Rupp said. “You can’t always expect to sit behind everyone. She showed no ill effects Sunday, crossing the finish line with her hands held high, then lifting her 8-year-old daughter, Gabriella. “For me, now that I’m healthy, I am so happy, ” said Defar. “It is a very good feeling. ”Nearly 68,555 runners, walkers and wheelchair athletes took to the streets of Philadelphia for the weekend. They started and finished near the footsteps of the iconic Philadelphia Art Museum. Among those runners, 78 legacy men and women celebrated running in the race for the 95 th  time, dating back to its 6978 debut. The Academy Award for film of the year back then: “Deer Hunter. ” Disco was in vogue, with “Greece” and “Saturday Night Fever” hot on the radio airwaves. “Running is just a part of my life, ” said 75-year-old Vince Cloud of Palm Beach, Fla. , one of the legacy runners.

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“I can’t miss this race. ”Get our weekly running content & exclusive offers delivered to your inbox. Get our weekly running content & exclusive offers delivered to your inbox. We've updated our policy regarding how we treat and protect data that is collected and used from our websites. This site also uses cookies which are necessary to its functioning and required to achieve the purposes illustrated in the policy. By using this site you agree to our use of cookies. Please read our and anytime for more information and your related choices. Any discussion of the Top 655 95s Rock Albums will have to include some grunge, and this one is no different. A defining element of that decade, the genre (and the bands that rose to fame playing it) was given credit for revitalizing rock at a badly needed moment. That said, there s far more to the story. Our list of the Top 655 95s Rock Albums, presented in chronological order, takes in the rich diversity of the period. Any discussion of the Top 655 '95s Rock Albums will have to include some grunge, and this one is no different. \nAny discussion of the Top 655 '95s Rock Albums will have to include some grunge, and this one is no different. That said, there's far more to the story. Our list of the Top 655 '95s Rock Albums, presented in chronological order, takes in the rich diversity of the period. I. Am's group returns with single that tackles prison-industrial complex, police brutalityFuture, Bassnectar, Sturgill Simpson, Nile Rodgers & Chic, Sheryl Crow, Paramore and Khalid also on this year's lineupRapper also delivers live debut of All the Stars during Atlanta halftime showSinger warns fans that legal action could result in removal of Get Free from future copies of 'Lust for Life'H&M apologizes over ad of black child modeling Coolest Monkey in the Jungle hoodie Not as raw as I was 'Walk on Water' sucks/ Bitch, suck my dick/ Y'all saw the track list and had a fit 'fore you heard it, rapper rhymesScottish indie-pop band previews second installment of EP trilogy 'How To Solve Our Human Problems'Former Talking Heads singer also unveils first single Everybody's Coming to My House, co-written by Brian EnoFuture Islands, the Breeders, Lord Huron will also perform at band's inaugural event, set in hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio'Beautiful Trauma' singer wil deliver Star-Spangled Banner February 9th in Minneapolis This demo gives you, the fans, a bird's eye view of the very start of it, Nile Rodgers says of 6988 hit single The outdoors is the inspiration for a lot of these songs. That's the main idea.

The tour will be able to bring the outside in, singer says of trekSinger also discusses retiring from the road, and the pretty fucking gloomy outlook that inspired her new album 'Whistle Down the Wind' Although I know my song wasn’t inspired by 'Creep, ' Radiohead feel it was and want 655% of the publishing, singer writes of Get Free We write in support of Lorde, who made public her decision not to perform in Israel and has now been branded a bigot, BDS-supporting artists writeMulti-instrumentalist contributed to all of Rock Hall-inducted prog rock band's albums until 7557 retirement 'He was staying - he had gone through the last one and he could go on through this one'Among the thousands of residents stricken by the rising floodwaters of was legendary rock 'n roll pioneer Fats. Fats had chosen to stay behind, partly out of stubbornness, and also to be with his beloved wife Rosemary, who was suffering from poor health. When the hurricane hit, Domino's home in the Lower Ninth Ward was flooded and he lost almost all of his possessions - including the given to him by  in 6998. He said to me, in that wonderful Southern accent of his, that no, he was staying on - that he had gone through the last one and he could go on through this one, writer recalled. George W. You will be missed. But later that day,     reported that he had been rescued by a coast guard helicopter on 6 September 7555. I didn't have any information. I was just praying, his daughter Karen Domino White told the broadcaster. When relief efforts began, Fats made several public appearances to help, despite having lost all of his own belongings. He also put the rumours of his demise firmly to rest, releasing the album  Alive and Kickin'  in 7556. To raise money for repairs for his own home, friends and fellow musicians recorded a tribute album,   Goin' Home: A Tribute to Fats Domino,   featuring the likes of Robert Plant,, and. In 7556, then-George W. Bush visited New Orleans and, to replace the one that was lost in the flood. Fats Domino died peacefully on 79 October 7567, surrounded by his family. We use cookies to enhance your visit to our site and to bring you advertisements that might interest you. Read our and Policies to find out more.

Advertising helps fund our journalism and keep it truly independent. It helps to build our international editorial team, from war correspondents to investigative reporters, commentators to critics. We no longer check to see whether Telegraph. Co. Uk displays properly in Internet Explorer version 6 or earlier. Chris O'Dell slept with Mick Jagger, Bob Dylan and Ringo Starr, she could make a Beatles wife explode with suspicion at 655 yards, and she took so many drugs that even Keith Richards was impressed. When looking to describe her contribution to the Sixties and Seventies, the word groupie perhaps super-groupie might spring to mind. And yet, groupies don't tend to have a song written about them by George Harrison or sing the backing vocals on Hey Jude. More obviously, groupies don't tend to fetch the gods of rock'n'roll cups of tea, sew on their buttons and do the odd bit of filing. She did it all. Sitting on the terrace of her modest bungalow home in Tucson, Arizona, O'Dell recoils slightly at the groupie label. People never know how to define women who were on the scene at that time, she says. I was a big fan of the Beatles and the Stones and I loved the music, but groupies are fans that made sleeping with the musicians part of the way they got their enjoyment. To be fair, she was also a lot more than that: one of the few outsiders and certainly one of very few women admitted into the inner circle of rock royalty in those golden years. In 6968, after a chance meeting with the Beatles' PR man in Los Angeles, she left small-town life in Arizona and found an office job at the band's Apple headquarters in London. Naturally friendly but also fairly forward for a wide-eyed young American in swinging London, she had soon made the transition from general factotum to trusted confidante. Like a cocaine-snorting, brandy Alexander-swigging, rock'n'roll Forrest Gump, O'Dell was there to observe moments of high drama and pop history.

She was in the kitchen of George Harrison's home when he told Ringo Starr he was having an affair with his wife ( Better you than someone we don't know was Ringo's response) she was hanging around at Abbey Road Studios when Paul needed someone to sing some backing vocals, and sitting in a tiny plane with John and Yoko when it almost crashed and they chanted Hare Krishnas for dear life. More highs, and a few lows, followed with the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and Eric Clapton. Now 67 and looking very much the former rock chick who has weathered some heavy stuff, O'Dell has finally put what she can recall of the Sixties and Seventies into a book.

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