A runner participating in the 2007 Marine Corps Marathon listens to headphones as he runs along the National Mall in Washington, D.C. USA Track & Field, the national governing body for the sport of running, later implemented a rule banning the use of headphones and listening devices at its official races. The new rule was put in place to prevent runners from having a competitive edge, but also to ensure to ensure safety on the race course.
A runner participating in the 2007 Marine Corps Marathon listens to headphones as he runs along the National Mall in Washington, D.C. USA Track & Field, the national governing body for the sport of running, later implemented a rule banning the use of headphones and listening devices at its official races. The new rule was put in place to prevent runners from having a competitive edge, but also to ensure to ensure safety on the race course. Stephanie Kuykendal The New York Times file, 2007
A runner participating in the 2007 Marine Corps Marathon listens to headphones as he runs along the National Mall in Washington, D.C. USA Track & Field, the national governing body for the sport of running, later implemented a rule banning the use of headphones and listening devices at its official races. The new rule was put in place to prevent runners from having a competitive edge, but also to ensure to ensure safety on the race course. Stephanie Kuykendal The New York Times file, 2007

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