Marathon Training & Racing from
Joe Bowman
All 50 States & DC under 3:00
12/15/2005 - Atlanta Journal Constitution - Bowman stands out in Charlotte run
Joe Bowman of Dunwoody finished second in the men's 40-44 age group and 10th overall in the men's race at
Charlotte's Thunder Road Marathon. He finished in 2:52:38. Bowman also finished third in men's 40-44 and 22nd
overall at the Rocket City Marathon in Huntsville, Ala. He finished in 2:52:26.

11/30/2005 - Chattanooga Track Club - Joe Bowman of Dunwoody, Ga., finished second out of 315 finishers,
including one from Tokyo, in 2:55:54. Bowman, who has the lowest time average for anyone who has run marathons
in all 50 states, also was second overall in the Spinx Run Fest Marathon  in Greenville, S.C., on Oct. 30.

June 2005 - Atlanta Sports & Fitness Magazine -
Running Against Time - Joe Bowman - Sub Three Marathoner .   "Not
many can say they have run a marathon in every state and DC.  Even fewer can claim each of those marathons under
three hours."

9/7/2003 -
Bismarck Tribune -  “Georgia runner triumphs at Bismarck marathon. The Marathon Man from Georgia is
trying to touch all of the bases in the U.S.”

8/13/2003 –
Anchorage Daily News – “…a man with a plan like Joe Bowman of Atlanta, whose second-place finish
took him one step closer to reaching his goal of running a sub-3-hour marathon in all 50 states.”

12/5/2002 - Atlanta Journal Constitution. “Marathoner runs after three-hour goal in 50 states.  Bowman may make the
mark next year.”

11/7/2002 - Atlanta Journal Constitution. “Dunwoody man is top Georgia finisher in NY marathon”

4/8/2002 -
NW Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.  “Runners brave rain in Hogeye Marathon"

4/8/2002 -
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.  "Hogeye winner fails to break three hours"

6/2/2001 -
IPlayOutside.com article - Ridge Runner Marathon

3/11/2001 -
IPlayOutside.com article - Virginia Creeper Marathon

11/05/00 -
The Birmingham News.  Vulcan Run Marathon “…Rowland yielded his lead to Drew Bell…  But neither
could hold off hard-charging Atlantan Joe Bowman; he overtook both at about the 21st mile.  Bowman, 35, wound up
second.  Bell fell to sixth, Rowland to 22nd.“

4/16/1998 - Atlanta Journal Constitution “His Boston merry-thon.  Bowman looks forward to another enjoyable
experience…”

4/1/1988 - Ruston Daily Leader “Bowman to run in Boston Marathon.”
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