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For Clay, marathon and his marriage go hand in hand

By Star-Advertiser staff

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 10, 2012

~~<p>Little boys and old ladies. Potbellies and reindeer antlers. Runners of all shapes and sizes &mdash; 4,631 of them &mdash; finished before the man who four years ago held the title &quot;World's Greatest Athlete.&quot;</p>
<p>It didn't bother <strong>Bryan Clay</strong> one bit. The 2008 Olympic decathlon champion was overjoyed with his experience Sunday at the Honolulu Marathon.</p>
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Little boys and old ladies. Potbellies and reindeer antlers. Runners of all shapes and sizes — 4,631 of them — finished before the man who four years ago held the title "World's Greatest Athlete."

It didn't bother Bryan Clay one bit. The 2008 Olympic decathlon champion was overjoyed with his experience Sunday at the Honolulu Marathon. Login for more...



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