By Tim Pelling and David Witzig-GibsonPosted November 11, 2015 11:12:06The 2015 Marathon will be held in Durano, Colorado, on November 18, 2015.
This is the fifth time the race has been held there, but the last time it was held was in April 2014, when the race finished in the Denver metro area.
In 2014, there were more than 4,000 runners in attendance.
The 2015 race is expected to be the largest since 2000 when the runners took in over 3 million spectators.
The last marathon in Durban, however, was held in the city in 2008, with 6,976 participants.
The 2015 marathon is a three-day marathon, with a three hour warm up and an hour of cool down.
Running in Duran is typically done by the public.
The course takes approximately 90 minutes to complete.
The race is run every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from noon to 6:30 p.m. at the Duran Track and Field Complex, located just north of Durango.
The course is a 1.2 mile run from the start to the finish.
The start of the marathon is the same as in 2014.
Participants are required to wear shorts, a shirt and socks.
The first 50 runners to finish the race will receive an official “Race Kit” and will have their race number engraved on their shirts.
There are three options: the usual “5,” the number of the first runner to finish in the first 100 runners and the race number of this year’s race.
The first 100 people who finish in first place will receive a $200 gift card and the $300 gift card will be given to one of the three winners of the 2016 race.
For the second-place runner, the winner will receive $100.
The third-place finisher will receive no gift card, but will receive one $100 gift card.
The winner will also receive a special commemorative wristband that will be made from the race logo, which will be engraved with the race start time and the official race starting point.
In addition, there are a few awards that runners can earn during the marathon.
The runner who completes the longest distance, the 100-yard dash, and the 10-meter dash are the two runners who will be honored with the “Most Outstanding Runner” award.
The runners who complete the fastest times are also considered to have been the most outstanding in the race.
There are two awards that will not be given out in the 2015 marathon, but they will be in the 2016 version.
One of them is a certificate of completion for the 2015 race.
This certificate will have the race’s official starting point and finish line, along with a list of the runners who completed the course.
The second certificate will only be given for runners who finished in first or second place.
This year, the certificate of accomplishment is for the 15th year in a row.
There were 18 runners who had completed the race in the previous year and were awarded the certificate in 2015.
There have been 14 winners this year.
The certificate of achievement will be issued to all runners in the next five years.
There will be two other awards given out this year: a medal of honor and a certificate to commemorate the Durango Marathon.
In the past, the medal of honour was given out to runners who were the top finishers in the last four marathons.
The medal of recognition was given to runners for the best finishing time in a marathon.
The medal of honors is awarded to runners of any age, with the oldest being 25.
The oldest runner will receive the medal in the 100 meters.
The certificate to honor the Durand Marathon will also be awarded to anyone who completes all the necessary courses to complete the course and to anyone that completes the entire course within 30 days.
The courses are: the 5K, the 4.2K, half marathon, the 10K, 10.2 Mile, half-marathon and half- marathon.
This is a photo of the Durandan Track andField Complex.
The Durandan Complex is located at the end of a paved road in Durand.
The Track and Fields Complex was completed in 2012 and the track was named after Durand, Colorado.
The Durand Complex was constructed to improve the running conditions of runners.
It is designed to have a smooth surface that is conducive to runners and pedestrians alike.
It also provides for a safe, comfortable, and safe environment for runners.
There is a sign posted by the Durando Police Department that explains the location of the Track and Training Complex.
Durand Police Chief Michael Fagan told local media that the track and training complex is the only facility in town where all runners and their equipment are collected and secured.
There were no reported injuries in the event of the event, and no fatalities have been reported.