It was difficult to watch thousands of athletes running in such a festive spirit, without thinking about the flare-up on the Gaza border.
This past Friday, around 30,000 people across prisms of religion, nationality, age and thought gathered in a remarkable common mindset of accord and unanimity for the Jerusalem Marathon.
The year 2019 will go down in history as the year in which people with disabilities and special needs will no longer be cast to the fringes of society, but will be respected for their abilities.
Beatie Deutsch, Israeli-American haredi mother of five, finishes half-marathon in second
The winner of the full marathon was Kenyan runner Ronald Kimeli Kurgat, posting a time of two hours, eighteen minutes and forty seven seconds (2:18:47).
“If you are a Christian and a runner, Jerusalem is the most powerful and impressive place to run,” said Jonathan Feldstein, president of a new nonprofit organization, Genesis 123.
Get to know some of the teams that will be pounding the pavement in the Jerusalem Marathon on March 15
Why is this marathon different from all others?
There are many things we can learn from marathon running and apply them to managing our finances.