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26 Marathon Tattoos Worthy of Every Single Mile

Running a marathon is not an easy task. To complete it takes hours committed to training, tempo runs, and long bouts of stretching your aching muscles. Every mile is earned through sweat, and sometimes blood. It's no wonder that people often want to commemorate their hard-earned accomplishment with a tattoo. These 26 marathon tattoos are so good, you might want to sign up for another.
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