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2,000 Spots Left in the L.A. Marathon

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The popular new stadium to sea route is sure doing the marathon a service as it's almost sold out. “In the past, thousands of entries have come in at essentially the last minute,” said the race's president Russ Pillar today. “That will not be possible this year as we have a cap of 25,000 entrants on the new Stadium to the Sea course and we’re more than 90% full already." So if you're planning on attending the expo the day before the race, you'll l likely be shut out. The race is in 21 days.