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Marathon champion is back

This weekend, keep an eye out for Bryan Morseman, who will be competing in the Butterfield Front Street Mile elite race, and The Royal Gazette Bermuda Triangle Challenge, where his final event is the PwC Bermuda Marathon.

The American won the marathon in 2017 in 2hr 29min 11sec, and was runner-up the following year behind Bermudian Olympian Tyler Butterfield.

He has a lifetime best for the distance of 2:19:57, and represented Team USA in the 2016 50K World Championships in Doha, Qatar.

He said he enjoys longer races that really test “body, mind and heart”.

Three champions in a row: Bryan Morseman. left, marathon winner, alongside Gemma Steel, half-marathon women's winner and Bermudian Jay Donawa, Bermuda Triangle Half Challenge winner in 2017. Morseman returns this weekend for the Front Street Mile and Bermuda Triangle Full Challenge (Photograph by Blaire Simmons)

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Published January 16, 2020 at 8:00 am (Updated January 15, 2020 at 6:32 pm)

Marathon champion is back

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