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Two marathon frontrunners took the wrong path. Another runner sprinted to the finish and won the $3,000 prize.

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Saolo, who was close to beating his own record before the mistake occurred, is the grandson of Joseph Nzau, a prominent Kenyan runner who won the Quad-City Times Bix 7 twice in the 1980s. The runner, who had been training ahead of the marathon with his grandfather in Santa Fe, N.M., was fundraising money to for his family. Saolo supports his family by running, and has lost a significant amount of income after many races were canceled during the pandemic, the fundraiser stated.

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