"Salute" program released online

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"Salute" program released online

The Marine Corps Marathon has launched hits official program for the 2012 race and is now available online. 

You can access the program right here.

The document includes a full color 64-page magazine with information about events and directions for runners and spectators. Also featured are maps and participant profiles.

The pamphlet, called “Salute,” was designed and printed by students and faculty at Northern Virginia Community College.

"This publication serves as another example of the MCM's valuable community partnerships," MCM Director Rick Nealis said in a press release. "The MCM appreciates the dedication of the NOVA students and their advisers Angela Terry and Lisa Hill. The superbly designed program will serve as a memorable keepsake for MCM participants and their families."

Copies of "Salute" will be available to the public at the Health and Fitness Expo at the DC Armory on Thursday, October 25.

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Nationals 2017 promotional giveaways include snow globes and fedoras

Nationals 2017 promotional giveaways include snow globes and fedoras

The Washington Nationals recently released the dates of their promotional days and giveaways this season, and there are some real gems in this schedule.

Among the standard bobblehead giveaways — Daniel Murphy on April 14, Trea Turner on May 12 and Tanner Roark on June 9 — and the highly recommended Pups in the Park days — April 29, May 13, June 10, June 25, September 7 and September 30 — pick the right game and you could get a snow globe, an American flag shirt or even a fedora. Seriously.

On May 24’s game against the Mariners, the first 25,000 fans will get a Max Scherzer snow globe, which has the potential to be the coolest knickknack in your house. Or on June 14 against the Braves — oddly not closer to the Fourth of July — Budweiser is behind the first 15,000 21-and-up fans getting an American flag tank top.

But truly the most unique item on this list is the Nationals-themed fedora, which will go to the first 25,000 fans at the Brewers’ July 26 matchup. How the Nats landed on this promotional item remains a mystery, but if you like hats beyond a traditional baseball cap, this is the game to attend.

Other cool or oddball promotions include the Nats Magic 8-Ball game April 3, the Chewbacca Koozie day May 27, Bryce Harper action figure day August 29 and Oktoberfest beer stein day Sept. 29.

Here's the complete list of the team's promotional days and giveaways

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Terps will finish season without center Michal Cekovsky

Terps will finish season without center Michal Cekovsky

Devastating news came out of College Park on Monday, as Maryland Terrapins coach Mark Turgeon announced junior center Michal Cekovsky will be out for the remainder of the season with a fractured ankle.

In the second half of the Terps’ 71-60 loss on the road to No. 11 Wisconsin, Cekovsky had the ball and was making a move toward the basket when he went down hard, clutching his left ankle.

Cekovsky’s season has been plagued with injuries, including missing preseason and the first four games of the regular season with a hamstring injury and then missed more than a month with a foot injury.

“I feel badly for Ceko as he has endured a number of injuries throughout the season,” Turgeon said. “It felt like he was really starting to turn the corner and his best basketball was ahead of him. We anticipate a full recovery for next season and we will be there to support him through the rehabilitation process.”

In just 17 games this season, Cekovsky averaged 7.6 points per game and 13.2 minutes, while shooting 67.1 percent from the field.

The Terps next game is against Minnesota at the XFINITY Center in College Park at 8:30 p.m.

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