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In search of the ultimate wedding gift

Newlywed Stephanie Rothstein-Bruce aims to become the first American woman to win the Honolulu Marathon since 1988

By Kyle Galdeira / Special to the Star-Advertiser

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 05, 2012

~~<p>After her husband, Ben Bruce, claimed the co-championship at Sunday's grueling 21-kilometer XTERRA Trail Run World Championship at Kualoa Ranch, Stephanie Rothstein-Bruce realized that the pressure was on her to bring home some matching hardware.</p>
<p>Before the newlywed couple heads off on their honeymoon, Rothstein-Bruce has some business to attend to, as the 28-year-old professional runner aims to capture the Honolulu Marathon's women's title &mdash; a feat that has eluded American runners since Cyndie Welte of Ohio crossed the line first in 1988.</p>
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After her husband, Ben Bruce, claimed the co-championship at Sunday's grueling 21-kilometer XTERRA Trail Run World Championship at Kualoa Ranch, Stephanie Rothstein-Bruce realized that the pressure was on her to bring home some matching hardware.

Before the newlywed couple heads off on their honeymoon, Rothstein-Bruce has some business to attend to, as the 28-year-old professional runner aims to capture the Honolulu Marathon's women's title — a feat that has eluded American runners since Cyndie Welte of Ohio crossed the line first in 1988. Login for more...



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