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Bazeley “fell into” running in her late teens, performed well and soon began travelling from her native St. John’s to Canada Running Series events since they offered support and helped athletes succeedThe list of essential businesses permitted to remain open as virus cases surge..
Nearly 20 years later, the elite distance runner is set to compete in her first World Marathon Major on Sunday at 8:30 a.m. ET in Chicago, where the 37-year-old mother of three daughters will be among about 35,000 participants in the 43rd running of the event.